I love that you post beautiful projects on weekends. :)
You're too kind, Jessika! By the way, how's the canoe?
Too much going on-- haven't asked yet! Bob says he wants a "wooden sail-type boat." Um... hm. We'd need either a slip or a trailer for that, and then we'd need a car that could HAUL that. I think starting with a canoe is a much better idea. :)
Any means to get on the water! I think you can't go wrong with either option. I hear you about the slip vs. trailer thing, it can complicate things. It is another reason why I chose SCAMP. It's light enough we can tow with one of our cars (the Saturn can handle it, but my Mazda2 can't). When life calms down for you, your boat will be out there. :)
More great progress Julie, it will rubber gloves and mixing sticks in no time at all........
Thank you, Denis! I'm looking forward to that stage. I can't wait to see something more 3 dimensional.
I go away for a few months and from hens you go onto boats?!?!Do I need to create a limerick about you and Noah now? ;)
What can I say, it was a super rainy Spring and I thought I'd best be prepared! hah! I'll be sure to get life vests for the chickies for when the floods get really bad. Bearded pirate chickies, braving the fierce seas...