Chemin de Ronde

Chiefly in France: a walkway or passage which runs behind the parapet of castle, town wall, etc., allowing guards or troops to move around the upper levels of a fortification with some degree of protection.
“chemin de ronde, n.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, September 2016. Web. 17 October 2016.

It was a fairly productive weekend. Spent a bunch of time working on things for the new season. Braided a bunch of copper wire. Didn’t get much sleep, but I’m sure I’m going to sleep like a rock tonight.

Moved my desk so that I can focus better, but I ended spending more time trying to figure how to lay everything out than real work. Should be better for tomorrow.

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