I'm impressed. I've been there and done that plenty of times. And dropped the nut a few times as well while trying. Sometimes only an open end wrench will work on both sides.Yesterday I helped a mate treat a cow with a sore on its udder, to try to stop flies making it worse, and allow infections into the tissue.
Today may not sound so impressive, but I managed to put a very awkward, difficult to access 3/8" unc bolt in place, to hold a tractor starter motor firmly in position! .
I wasn't wondering why stone was dumped in front yard, (I'd assumed tipper truck could not get round back), but I am now? Shovelling off a ply sheet at back might have been okay, unless you needed exercise wheeling stone? .As far as today is going.........a big zero day.
If you're wondering why i had them dumped in the front, (2 yards of stone)....much easier shovelling them off of cement than the ground.
Had a major cleanup in the garage.......what i don't use very often, went to the storage shed, had 2 sitting benches in there, took one out, didn't need both in there, it'll go somewhere by my raised garden.
Lots of room in the garage now.
Did more sorting in the house as well.
All in all, had a good week.
No way to get into the back with the huff and loader. The plywood idea is a good one.......once i have the garden frames set in, i'll be gettin soil, hope to put a tarp down for the dirt to be dumped on........will have to use the driveway as well.I wasn't wondering why stone was dumped in front yard, (I'd assumed tipper truck could not get round back), but I am now? Shovelling off a ply sheet at back might have been okay, unless you needed exercise wheeling stone? .
Ooh, that sounds so yummy! I'd like to spread some on my rye bread along with a pat of butter!Canned 22 half pints of peach butter. Bought 25 pounds of peaches Wednesday. Gave 12 peaches to my aunt and parents and I ate a couple. All the rest has simmered all day with key lime juice and a little sugar and is now in jars. And I'm tired!