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Weekend before last we had some help in the form of my step children, who came over for a visit and food and stayed for the construction fun. It is amazing how much two extra pairs of hands and eyes, … Continue reading
We did it: What a time saver! What a back saver! Well, maybe not a back saver considering it doesn’t actually lift the 80 pound bags of reddy-mix off the ground and pour the dusty, funky, sticks-to-everything premixed concrete into … Continue reading
After peeling back the corrugated metal roof from the doomed mud room, we were astonished to find how well insulated the wee (and when I say wee I mean 7 ft by 4 foot) ceiling cavity was. It was packed … Continue reading
It’s located right by the door on my way out. Handy for notes, I Love Yous, shopping lists, threats.
Ahhh, Memorial Day weekend. A long three days of not going to work. A lovely weekend of remembrance of those who gave their lives so we can enjoy the freedoms we so take for granted. Swimming, boating, cookouts, sunshine, family, … Continue reading
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. A field in the back pasture. A cool windy day. Girly goats calmly grazing on brand new grass freshly sprouted after a rain. A few goat kids frolicking … Continue reading