Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Busy time

Early interesting Cars:
 1954 Ford LaTosco designed, built but definitely never produced for sale. That was one wild design.

For today:
I want to write something different, but this week is busy to me. So it will be still working on my little trail, I worked so hard a couple days ago. Pulling vines that after supper I took a bath and slept for a couple hours until our evening walk.

I am fuzzy but I think Myra mentioned her DIL using a baby bed spring as art or to display things. I am trying to incorporate that into my little trail. Also I cannot decide whether to try to wash all these bottles I am going to use, in the dishwasher

I am smiling too, friend Ed knew my next door neighbor. He said the wife was profane, and also drank a lot of beer. On that side of the property I am seeing a lot of BIG quart beer bottles. I don't even remember that size bottle of beer.. LOL

I spent a good amount of time uncovering a big fallen log. I can remember as a kid I enjoyed walking RR tracks or fallen logs. I know kids like ‘caves’ and I am also trying to create some vine caves to walk thru.
            Below is one cleared area so far.

In reality I only have a few days for the first showing. Our grandson Stephen and family are coming in from Tennessee for their daughter Kennedy’s first BD. We are moving into the motor home (suffering, HA!) and giving them the house. They are wanting to use our back yard and woods for the party.

Nite Shipslog

PS: Grandson Matthew Dillon and Kirsten are also getting married next weekend so we will be driving the motor home to the mountains for a few days. This is a tough life. LOL
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The Oxymoron for today:
Why do "overlook" and "oversee" mean opposite things?


Lisa said...

Reminds me of when I was a kid. We always played in the woods. We cleared out trails, made forts and built tree houses.
Be careful of the snakes out there. It's copperhead season.

stay safe

Woody said...

Love the photos of your "Trail Clearing", My Honey loves to cut brush, pull vines, and "Burn the Buggers Up", we are going to try to clear a path behind the yard in the woods where we used to have a path I kept clear with the riding lawn mover, I like your bottle trees, we say a few in some Confederate Cemetaries. I bet you sad about going back into the Motor "Home" ! Take care, sending love from the Apple Tree Area of New York, Gary an Anna Mae

betty said...

So much fun times ahead!! So many good finds you are finding as you clear out the woods!


Susie said...

Your trail is going to be so fun. Some times I wish America was still recycling bottles. Be safe in your travels. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

Mevely317 said...

Exciting stuff! A vine 'cave' sounds neat! Is that kudzu?

I'm going to see if I can't find a photo of that crib springs-turned art and e-mail it to you. Have you a power washer you can turn loose on those bottles?

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Sounds like you are finishing up the trail work just in time for the house party. Nice you have the extra room and woods to share with othesr. A wedding is always a good reason for a party. Happy Days ahead for you and yours!