For the past three years we’ve had our trailer at a park between Brampton and Georgetown. It’s been good and we’ve enjoyed the location. We were in an area of the park that gave us quite a bit of privacy. In fact we had no trailers in sight – only behind us.
We’ve now decided to move the trailer and much to our surprise we’ve decided to land at Jackson’s Point. The great advantage, and there’s a few, is Lake Simcoe. We love to float on the lake and we’ve got a couple of nice tubes to do so. So frankly we’re already dreaming about next summer’s warm winds and being on the water!
But there’s a winter coming and a few things to complete before next summer. One of the things I wanted to get done before the ground freezes was placing some patio stones down for a shed…and to my delight I had a helper for this project! Noah joined me for the day and while it didn’t rain until just near the end of our work, it was a muddy task.
We laid lime screenings down for the stones to go on and worked to get it level and…well, almost square! Come spring we’ll get a shed on it. Here’s just a couple of photos from the day.
|All smiles with his work gloves|
|which weighs more? Noah or the bag of screenings?|
|On goes row 3|