Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Two Uses for Stolen Lumber

Not stolen, actually. Last summer the construction dudes who replaced all the sewer and water lines on the street up the street used the abandoned high school across the street to store all their junk and dirt and asphalt chunks.

Among that junk was a whole mess of 2x6s and 2x4s and planks they used as forms for pouring concrete.

So I stole them. Sorry. Recycled them. Saved them, actually.

Today (March 18) was the first day in Augusta, Maine I have been able to do any work outside since the snow started last November.

These boxes are for heirloom tomatoes and peppizz.

1 comment:

Alexa said...

Lookin' good Doug. Chris and I admire your construction abilities. We are trying to make a raised bed out of rocks now. We also have plans to disguise the ugly satellite dish on top of our equally ugly shed with morning glories.