We are using all the wood scraps from around our house so the measurements aren't completely accurate but pops is doing the best he can with what we have. I love him and am grateful for all his hard work. I need to learn some carpentry so I can do more than hammer some nails. Phew its hard work, looks like it is anyway.
Today is actually day 2 so I will post pictures of today progress later..or tomorrow.
I snapped a picture of Gwynni saying, "bok, bok".. Good times. The kids are just as excited as I am.
We have spent a total of 30$ so far for nails, hindges, chicken wire, and included is 4$ for some scrap tin some people were throwing away for the roof. It won't be a purdy roof but it'll do the job.
We are a few steps closer to calling ourselves urban backyard farmers! Sweeet!
*wonder if I get a goat if I can milk it and drink the milk..alll in our backyard? Maybe.....
One thing at a time, right!? Right. Ha.
Urban Farmer wana be, gonna be,
**happy memorial day, proud of our troops, and proud to be an American. Rock !! **