Monday March 27, 2017 Guerneville CA.
Windy so worked at home
The weather guys said it was going to be windy today. When I got it going and went outside, the wind was blowing, not too bad but enough to decide to stay home and work on the garden enclosure some more.
I needed to make six more rebar panels for the enclosure, so I got busy cutting all the rebar pieces to size that I will need.
Once I had all the pieces cut to length, I started assembling the pieces to weld them up.
Paint makes a pattern
Once I had one panel made I got some spray paint and made a pattern I can follow for the other panels so I wouldn’t have to spend time squaring up each piece which made things go a lot faster.
Eventually I had all six panels assembled and ready to put chicken wire on them.
Installing chicken wire on a panel
I cut the chicken wire to fit and attached each piece to the panel.
And that panel goes up
I only had energy to put wire in one panel and put it up when I was done. I installed one of the roof panels, the one on the left.
This roof truss holds the roof panels up and keeps them from sagging too much.
I have two roof panels up supported by the roof truss I made the other day.
I thought about putting wire on another panel, but my back was screaming for me to stop so I did and sat around in the yard for a bit before darkness set in.
And that was my day.