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DaddyCat Where's your 2012 ?

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Kris, Been looking like DaddyCat has been quite occupied with the garden that he built. That was quite a project. Maybe he'll get back to the 2012 after the planting is done and he gets the tractor building up.

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Here sits the 2012, awaiting the time and attention it deserves. Alas, I have been suffering a shortage of both lately.

One of the prime culprits of late has been getting this done..... The scrap pile behind it needs to get cleared out, too so I can set up my "Garage in a Box" and get the better stuff out of the elements.

LOL, Rod you must have been posting your reply while I was out taking the pics....

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I went to the local saw mill and got a "bundle" of slabs. It filled the truck both weight and volume wise. I pulled the longer/wider ones for my walkway boards, the rest will likely be used to make summer delicacies like roasted hot dogs on a stick, toasted marshmallows and the like...... This is what's left over, though I will pull a few more of the better ones for tomato stakes. For $20 I think that's not too bad a pile, and they loaded it with the forks on the tractor....

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