The longest running project, ever – bar none!

Hopefully, a few photos will explain why it takes me so long to get projects finished.

Dry fit.  Bearers in place.

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Drawer fronts cut to size.

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Then, before anything else gets accomplished:

Lower Michigan's largest waterfall

Lower Michigan’s largest waterfall

 

Gunk-holing on Lake Huron with friends

Gunk-holing on Lake Huron with friends

 

Witnessing the beginning of a revolution at Williamsburg

Witnessing the beginning of a revolution at Williamsburg

 

Watching the sun set in Yorktown

Watching the sun set in Yorktown

 

Making sure that the maintenance work is being done correctly at Mount Vernon

Making sure that the maintenance work is being done correctly at Mount Vernon

 

We had to make sure that The Dobbin House in Gettysburg was in good repair

We had to make sure that The Dobbin House in Gettysburg was in good repair

 

We felt compelled to ask Abe what he thought about the current state of affairs. Unfortunately, he chose not to voice anopinion.

We felt compelled to ask Abe what he thought about the current state of affairs. Unfortunately, he chose not to voice an opinion.

I mean I’ve been so darned busy just checking up on things that I’m surprised I am as far on this project as I am.  Whew!  I’m just about worn out.

This last photo is a testament to the fact that getting older does not automatically correlate to getting smarter.  But it does mean that no matter how old you are, you can still enjoy life.

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One Comment on “The longest running project, ever – bar none!”

  1. larry Says:

    damn ! kids and toys !


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