There are more muscles in our bodies than we even can imagine it seems.
I borrowed the company pickup yesterday and brought those last windows home to the garage. Well I never managed to get them in to the garage because the pickup is so big that I had to park it so close to the garage doors that I couldn’t open them🙂🙂🙂 If I didn’t park it like that I blocked the road so that none could drive by.
So I managed to place them in the wood shed instead. There was only one problem, since I had to park the pickup like I had to there really was no space to walk on when going to the wood shed, there’s a 2,5 meter (much the same in yards) steep slope down to the cow pasture on that side🙂 But before even thinking of walking there I had to bring down the windows from the flatbed. The heaviest weigh around 50 kg (110 pounds) and is just as wide and high as my hands can reach🙂🙂🙂
I could of course just have asked my neighbor to help me but then I had to walk to his cottage and ask and he would have said yes but it was easier to do it myself🙂🙂🙂 Well not really and today I pay the price, my upper body and arm hurts like h… I think I used some muscles I never have used before🙂🙂🙂 The only problem is that I have no idea how I’ll manage to get them to the garden later on🙂🙂🙂
So now I must measure them and then try to puzzle them together so it will look nice. And how advanced can I make the shape on this green house? A square with the windows in the front or perhaps a half octagon shaped with sloping roof on the sides? That would look great but would I manage to do that? The most advanced house I’ve ever made was a dog house. It was gigantic and so well built that I thought of burning it down when I moved from my earlier cottage, it was just impossible to break it down🙂🙂🙂
So don’t expect this to be built quickly🙂 I’m normally a slow worker when it comes to my own projects and this will be even slower I think🙂🙂🙂 I really want this to be something I can be proud of and that my neighbor won’t hate every time he looks at it, after all it will stand close to his cottage.