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One Less Load for the Landfill

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We are big believers in recycling. We sorted through the recycled wood pile on Post to find the lumber necessary to construct the guinea house. You would not believe what some people throw away! Drive by any construction site after hours and you’ll see what we’re talking about. Josh spent the better part of the morning pulling out rusty nails and old screws but in the end we’ve salvaged some great lumber. We even found two hinges in great shape which we’ll use on the door to the guinea house!

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After our evening meal, Josh went out to the garage to install a new blade on the table saw (from Connie and Fred) and trimmed all the boards to be used for the “A” frames. He’s saving the scraps to use when he begins bat box construction.

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We plan to have the guinea house finished by the weekend. Josh is writing everything down as he goes so we can make a page with instructions so that you can house guineas, too!

  • Tia Julie & Tio Raul - Joshua and Lacy, You two just amaze us. Your talents and energy are fun to watch. Thank you for blogging your adventures. What a wonderful gift that Connie and Fred gave, the table saw. Thank you Connie and Fred we look forward to meeting you someday. Tia & TioReplyCancel

  • Razor Family Farms - We really love working on these projects together! Josh amazes me every day with his creativity and work ethics. I feel very fortunate to have found such a terrific husband. And yes, you would LOVE Connie and Fred. We certainly do!ReplyCancel

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