The first animal sighting at the new home turned out to be this pair of moose, we’ve since put out a salt lick and hope to see them again
This is my new backstop up at the house, its much better than my old one in CT. Once I haul the shooting bench up here i’m going to build a screened in enclosure to keep the bugs outs
so this guy shows up to a tag sale at my house and sees my observation tower and loves it, he calls me up and wants me to build him one so he can sit and chill and take in the view of the shetucket from his backyard… the pleasure was all mine. enjoy RF
this is a pic of my new house in Howland, ME. Its gorgeous up here and I’ve got plenty of mowing and other general upkeep to keep me busy, now I understand what my parents were talking about all these years.
this is a mailbox holder that i made, i think it looks kinda like mr. bighead from rockos modern life. It got all bent up from someone hitting it with a bat though… crazy kids
I found these two pieces of driftwood in cascade resevoir, ID during my travels of 2011. At home i added some coats of polyurethane to each piece and created support bases for the two. The top image shows “the dolphin” piece, it sits atop an old grill cover from an electric range that i wrapped with rope and resembles a ship steering wheel that fits with the nautical theme, the back support is simply a piece of cedar with beveled edges. The lower image is a piece of pine with its core exposed atop a round cedar base with a green felt bottom that holds an incense holder
ahh my observation tower, a beautiful piece of backyard engineering. its 31’ high and used as a rappelling tower