There was an unused area in some trees and bushes that bugged me. It was filled with debris and old limbs. When I redid the tractor parking space, I cleaned it out. Being consistent that “I must be doing something”.
The blue canvas (our old RV awning) I just could not throw away. To get to the Play Place you enter between the blue canvas and the lattice work.
I have thought it would be a great place for a picnic table, it would be 100% shaded and cooler. However when Stella happened by, She started running in one big circle saying “This is a great play house.”
So being consistent as a Great Grandpa, I added a few things. As you enter you are greeted by Mr and Mrs Shovel. (Stella hasn’t seen these yet, Mark, her Paw paw, will introduce her to them this week)
I set the two (walnut) monkey faces on #12 wire and attached them to a small tree.
On the tree beside it I painted Minnie and Mickey, she loves those mice.
Not sure you can tell, but I had a stump I could not lift. so I worked it upright against some trees and attached it. Added a seat and painted a likeness of Popeye complete with a 3D corn cob pipe (Hard to see).
I hung some old CD’s for her to paint faces on.
This is taken looking back at the tractor from the Popeye seat. I hung an old USMC flag for color. LOL. Anyway that was my last busybody project before we our stuff headed South. WE are now safe in Florida.
1925 Automobiles, beauty from the past