It's been a busy few days around here,
and it all started with the repurposing
of one of our garage bays :)
We divided it from the rest of the garage
by putting up plywood walls.
Behind those double-doors is Steve's workshop.
I cut out the pig above and painted it with chalkboard paint.
Then mounted it to this board.
I wanted to make a vintage sign . . .
so, I took this as my inspiration.
And made this.
There's my piggy menu board.
Steve installed a counter-top to the workbench
and I made some curtains.
Our neighbors gifted us with this
beautiful red coffee pot.
Steve built and mounted this
chuck-wagon cupboard on top of
a Home Depot tool box.
The drawers will be great for storing
aluminum foil pans and other BBQ supplies.
And the top will give him storage for
utensils, cutting boards and more :)
There is still a little more to do,
but when we are done I'll show you more photos.
We will be able to roll out a grill
and sit inside away from the rain,
wind and snow this winter.
We use our grills all year round,
how about you?
I wanted to show you this . . .
just in case you are having bird problems in your garden.
Teresa of Teresa Kasner
told me to cover my grapes with cheese cloth.
I could find any so I used toile.
It has been working,
but I also have rubber snakes in the grapes
and this morning I added these strips of
the kind you can buy for a dollar at a sporting good store.
Well, that's what I've been up to.
There seems to never be time for
"A Dull Moment"
Your blogging sister,