Finally put a back door on my rock house. It was a wrestling match doing it alone. It must have weighed over 300 pounds.

Finally put a back door on my rock house. It was a wrestling match doing it alone. It must have weighed over 300 pounds.

Finished table installed in breakfast room.  It wasn’t exactly like moving a piano but it was quite a job for two old men.  I got the patina by spraying the metal with salt water but was in too much of a hurry to get it just right. Live and learn.

Just finishing my concrete steel and wood table.  I’ve sprayed the base with salt water to try to get a good patina.  Wait and see?

I haven’t posted in a while, work is getting in the way of my hobbies, maybe with the children out of school I can get back in the shop.  Wish me luck. These are just for inspiration for a wall and arch I need to build.

Me last week, this weekend, yesterday and today.  Gotta keep em guessing.

A painting and framing of my favorite cheap wine.

A painting and framing of my favorite cheap wine.

Bluegrass and rock.

grass-widows:

riddick09:

$1000 basic tiny house

Off Grid Tiny House Deep In The Carolina Woods Built For $1000 – Built from recycled and reclaimed wood. Complete with solar power, natural water source, and a wood stove. You can’t get much simpler than this and still have the comforts of home. What a wonderful little cabin. I’d live in a tiny house like that. No question.

Life goal.

I love all these tiny homes and rustic cabins and I like building them but to live in on I would still need my 30’ x 40’ pole barn for wood and material storage and at least a 30’x 30’ shop for my tools.

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Put in a door to my yard yesterday. It will make more sense when I get the camellias planted around the parking area. All recycled materials.

Put in a door to my yard yesterday. It will make more sense when I get the camellias planted around the parking area. All recycled materials.