Sometimes a chore, like taking out the garbage to the road, can have its blessings. Today we retrieved a mitt full of wild raspberries! And of course, we shared with our feathered friends. They sure were curious about the red bump on the end of their perch!
Today we created our newest woodworking plan. This cute puppy dog step stairs includes a secret hideaway storage compartment. You can choose for yourself to paint on the features of the puppy or layer on the different parts using smaller pieces of wood. The plan also includes the full alphabet and numbers too so you can personalize the project. Full size drawings!
Looking for a better path, sometimes its better to blaze your own trail. Yesterday I dug out a large rock and put it in the garden. Today is time to work on the road through the woods.
Turn 180 and here’s a a couple looks as I walk back towards the workshop. Its 28C today and humidity makes it feel like 38C. It’s going to be hot irregardless of what I am doing, or even if I’m doing nothing, so might as well be a little bit productive.
While digging out behind the workshop I ran into this beast. We’ve been debating the removal of a shrub in the garden, so this rock would make a good replacement.
Today I picked out some old pallet boards from the wood pile out back. Pulled out most of the nails and staples and sanded them down. Glued together now, I’ll let this set up overnight for a strong bond. Not sure what I’ll be doing with it, I might cut out another wood map.
The elephant measures 8ft (244 cm) from the ground to the tip of its trunk. This project would look great in the yard, on the porch, on the side of a building or on a fence, on the wall, in a store window or anywhere you like! Full size drawings.
The girls are out and get down to business of spending their stash of cash! Full size drawings.
A cute penguin rope swing for the kids to play on. Full size drawings, very easy to make!
A fun new rope swing for children. Let their imagination fly with sprinkles of fairy dust!
Discovered these creepy crawlers by the thousands today, crawling up the trees down by the lake. About an inch long. Have no clue as to what they are.