Thursday May 24, 2018 Guerneville CA.
Running out of rebar to work with
I thought it would be a good day to go get some more rebar so I’d have some to work with this weekend.
I made sure I had everything in the van that I would need to secure the rebar to the van top and headed on out around noon.
I got the rebar and some other supplies too and came on home.
A break was in order with a cup of coffee.
A bit of painting
Then I wanted to get some paint on the screen door parts of the chicken coop I constructed the other day so I got the paint stuff out to make this look better in the open screen position where it is now.
Here’s the shed with the doors painted. Looks ok to me for a chicken coop.
Down with the rebar
Towards evening I unloaded this rebar from the van’s top and stacked it in my work area ready to go.
I had a pretty easy day for a change without too much hard work so I feel rested up a little. :O)
That was my day.
Wednesday May 23, 2018 Guerneville CA.
I need a screen door
My brother Tom tells me I need a screen door on my chicken coop for ventilation. So instead of buying one, I decided to install some screens in this door.
So I’m making one sorta
I measured and cut and screwed things together. I’m making two screens on the door with their own doors.
Here’s a close up of one of the screens.
Here is the two screen doors open.
A little paint might be nice and I still have a little green paint left thanks to Marty who gave me some.
I started to put the tools away and remembered I have to put a screen on the little window on the side too. It has a removable piece of plastic in it which I didn’t want to lose. Since this one was up high I decided the chicken wire would work just fine.
Once that was done, I took a break before working on some more stuff.
The screens took most of the day, but I still had a bit of work left in me. I buried some more of the fence wire that keeps critters from digging under the pen so that’s all done for now until I make more panels.
After that I sat around in the yard and chair hopped until it got dark.
And that was my day.