Saturday, January 08, 2011

Men (And One Little Man) At Work

Ed, my brother, and my youngest nephew getting ready to pour the concrete pad for the new shed. I'm so glad there are boys in my family, otherwise I might have been asked to wrangle the snakes and get rid of the bees. Ack!!

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Gil said...

Nice to have someone "in the business" in your family? I was wondering about your old shed being built right on the ground. If you did that in CT the bottom would either rot or get moldy before you know it. Remember to get some foot and hand prints in the concrete!

Angela said...

Hmmm seems like only one person is really working in that picture ;-)

The Daily Rant said...

Gil: The old sheds were built on a wooden base, which obviously turned out to not be such a great idea. So concrete won out for the second try.

GiGi: That is SO funny. That would be my brother - the workhorse of the family. There's never a moment when he's not doing something productive. Shows me up at every turn! Although my brother did let my nephew, who is SEVEN and sitting on the Bobcat, actually DRIVE the Bobcat over to the mix site carrying all the bags of concrete in the bucket. He was thrilled to be part of the "crew". LOL

Terry said...

Exactly the reason I gave Dan son's..although his lone daughter could hold her own too. I sure was glad when they got old enough to tote the heavy s**t. Unfortunately, its back to me again. You know when I think about it, that is partly your fault. said...

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