Living on the
decided he wanted to do more work on the lot this year. His
ultimate goal is to put up an awning for shade in the middle of the
lot. To accomplish that, a lot of intermediate work had to
be done. Part of the side yard grass had to be replaced with
pavers. As long as he was doing that, it made sense to replace
the front bricks that he put in a couple of years ago with pavers that
match. And, since, typically, this area is used for an outside
kitchen, it made sense to plumb and wire for this possibility.
had to dig down to made a connection into the sewer.
We were able to hire a young man to dig up the sod and haul away the
sod, the cement border and the lamp posts.
the lot as it was being "demolished".
pavers are all done and what we laughingly call the "poor man's"
entertainment center is in-place (refrigerator and two stainless-steel
tables). We've bought the awning for the patio area (long, tan
object laying on the ground). We are now waiting for the support
columns for the awning to be fabricated (the columns will go where the
orange buckets are).
continue to enjoy beading. Here are some (most) of the pieces
that I've made.
Foretravel friends, George and Barbara and Dudley and Rexine, from
Lousiana, visited us for four days (they came in their
Foretravels). We thoroughly enjoyed their visit.