Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Important Work

This afternoon we drove to Jeremy and Jennifer’s house to do a switcheroo between the truck and our storage unit.  We took the gold mining equipment out of the tool box in the truck bed and put in fishing equipment.  We also managed to reorganize our storage space.  By the time we were finished, Jeremy was home with his rebar for the area under the Fishing Shack.   (I know that in the Balancing Act post I stated that the cement would be poured here by the time we saw it again, but remember—our plans are always made of Jello.)


Duane helped Jeremy to place and wire tie the rebar together.


Luke was in charge of breaking up cement blocks into little pieces,


which he and I placed under the rebar frame.  Now it’s ready for the cement.


Luke and I then did more important stuff, like tossing big rocks in the river to make a satisfactory ‘thwunk’,


seeing if he could throw a rock all the way across the river.


Luke demonstrated the comfy chair he made in the riverbank,


then proceeded to custom make one for me, complete with cup holder next to his.


A throne fit for a Grandma!


Today was actually moving day, but that’s a story for tomorrow.

Louise and Duane

1 comment:

Paul and Marsha Weaver OCT. 17, 2009 said...

HAHAHA....Luke is quite the handy man. Louise, you look so