Tuesday, June 29, 2021

BANGING AROUND!

I cut a bunch of pieces of wood 
to put in shelves in that storage closet.
A level, a drill, a bit of paint and I have two more shelves 
which are just what I needed
 to get things off the floor and out of the way!
Now the closet is clean and neat while it still holds 'things'.
Like old quilts, a rollaway bed, and stuffies, for example!
While I was banging boards in the closet, 
Bill was doing some electrical work-he had to cut through my sewing room wall where a panel box lives-through to the garage where a new panel box is going in! 
 And then the conduit leads up across the garage trusses and down the other side....
....where a new panel box is going in for the plug for my new lathe-I just might get to introduce myself to it this Friday!

We took a golf cart ride out to the pond-
isn't it pretty reflecting the setting sun colors?
Look what is lurking in the pond-yup,
 Bill is happy about its visit-me , not so much!


 

7 comments:

  1. Oh dear! What IS that in the pond? You two certainly keep busy!

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  2. Great idea for the shelves. You can't ever have too many.
    Yikes....I would freak out if I saw that swimming around near the house. I saw a turtle out front yesterday and it startled the heck out of me...lol.

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  3. Im with Bill - I'd love a pond gator!
    We have some similar electrical work at the new house - we want to install central air but the existing panel has no room! Luckily, my best friend's husband is an electrician!

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  4. No! No! No! I wouldn't want that near my house either!
    Your closets look so nice and neat. The painters didn't do the closets. They wanted an extra $1500 for closets and we figured we could just do those. Now I'm wishing we had just paid it. I have to take everything back out of the closets, one by one and paint them. They reek of nicotine. Bleh. I didn't smell it until it started getting so hot and humid.
    Yay to Bill on the electrical work. Dennis does that too but I don't know what any of the wires go to!
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  5. Ahhhhhhhh...proof of that old Florida saying. You got water? You got gators!

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  6. Yikes, looks like a gator! Be careful out there.

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  7. Eep! I would not be happy either. Lovely shelves, very functional!

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