Lovin’ My 3 Guys!
What do you do with an old turkey barn which is collapsing in upon itself? You and your teen sons spend some quality together time tearing it down. Working together gives you opportunities to talk with each other, watch a sunset or two together, share a bit of your knowledge with them and spend some time learning about your sons as you watch them on their path to manhood. You sweat together, work together and play together as you accomplish this goal.
This project wasn’t one that I helped my 3 guys with but they have all told me stories of those days spent together and I know that this project has given my guys many memories to look back upon. And isn’t that what life is about, building memories on top of memories of times spent with loved ones?
There have been many such projects that we have all 4 worked together doing. (Those of you who know us, will no doubt recognize the names of these places.)
- 16th St
- Padgett’s Place
- Holden Avenue
- Estate sale 1
- Estate sale 2
- Turkey Barn
- Holden Avenue again
- The Rusty Shingle
Numbers 9 and 10 are currently ongoing. There have been many other projects, large and small, that my 3 guys and I have worked at together. The above are just the ones that made such an impact on our lives together that we named them.
Turkey Barn Metal
So what do you do with the metal that you bought from the owner of the turkey barn? Well, if you look at that picture of my favorite coffee mug, you can see part of the wall that separates my office from the kitchen and then, you get creative and put Renaissance Man to work with his plasma torch. Below are local custom requests completed this week.