Monthly Archives: July 2016


Since we finished early we decided to do a few minor things before heading home for some much needed rest. 

We stopped for some lunch on the way home! Yum yum 

Here’s  a few more photos to end with. This is why we love this place. 

Till next time….



Since we had a nice rain Friday night Saturday morning we put the post in for our new sign. Supplies and supervisors check. 

Time for diggin’. Strong men. Check

Need a little water. Melted ice works. Check. 

Some of the wild flowers are just to pretty not to snap a picture. 

Mikaila wanted coconut cream pie. So where do you get that?  We know a special Pie Lady. Whole pie split 5 ways. Yum yum. 

Some young lady is wanting to learn to drive. So dirt roads and no traffic is the perfect place to let her drive Papas truck. 

Nothing sexier than a hard working man and his accomplishments. Love this guy. 

Our dream. 

With all that went on this week. It was like bees buzzing around honey. Everyone pitching to get the windows in.

Here we go the last window!!!!  

Our hard working crew! Can’t thank our help enough for their extra hands. Warms our hearts!!!!!!

Till next time….

This will my last post as a one handed stainer. 


Happy Birthday Ron. Our dear friend celebrated his 69th birthday and Kansas turned 6. 

Party time at Ron and Judys

BBQ ribs, macaroni salad, deviled eggs, beans, berry pie, ice cream and of course drinks, friends and fun. 
Till next time….

The one handed stainer 


Today Martin and Ron started the day framing out one of the sides of the green house. It looks like a cabin. Love it. 

Glass goes up! You see the angled spaces above where they are putting up the glass?  Invision bottle wall there. 

In the afternoon some special people arrived!  More helping hands 

Break time. Our first rain on the Windows. 

Well you’ve heard of road kill? Well we had wood kill. Found this poor soul when we moved the wood pile. 

Jamie and Marcus helping Ron cut the board just right. Little this way. No back that way!!

Our dear Mikaila had fun on the dirt pile. I think the dogs had just as much fun. 

 Our son-in-law, Marcus showed that nail gun who was boss. He was such a big help. 

Our tiny little furry grand dogs were exhausted from running, playing, chasing and being free. 

Till next time….

The one handed stainer.