I have been looking for a jig
that was in my budget
and that would give me a little more
(a lot more) independence.
I was about to give up . . .
When driving to my sister-in-law's
a little over a week ago I spied
this with a "For Sale" sign in the window.
I almost didn't stop because I
thought it would be over
what I wanted to spend.
But instead it was a very well
maintained 2009 with . . . get this,
brand new tires and brakes.
Steve would like that :)
Yes, on my test drive I took it to our
friend, who is a mechanic and he
drove it, put it on the racks
and gave it a good look over.
This will give me a way
to run errands that I was depending
on others to do for me . . .
Sometimes you just need something bigger
than your car to haul things.
Well, after having it for a week,
and a bit of plywood from Steve's stash.
a bit of fabric from my stash
some small pieces of furniture,
that I had intended on putting
in a yard sale
and some camping gear we already had . . .
Hey, if a girl has to use a port-a-potty
she wants it cute, right?
This is the way the back looks now.
under the bed I have two storage bins
and room for our fishing poles.
I screwed that wooden box to the
top of this little school desk
so that I could store small easy
to get to items,
but I can still lift the lid
for more storage.
This little cabinet has a glass door,
so I thought it would be a great
place for snacks that don't need to be on ice
and safely tucked where the dogs can't get them :)
I fastened it down with wire on the back side.
Hopefully nothing will be flying around
That's it . . .
now when a friend says
"let's go camping"
I'm ready to roll.
Well, that's my post.
I hope you enjoyed it.
Remember to put God first . . .
the Lord is always there waiting
for you to say "hello"
He wants to be in your life . . .
protecting and guiding you each
and every day :)
God bless you,
Your blogging sister,