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  1. Al I finally figured out who you remind me of. Your demeanor and soft spokeness is just like Mr. Rogers. It easy on the ears listening to you my friend.

  2. Looking good guys on the shed! Canning tip-NEVER push the seal down because you can cause a false seal. You wont know if it really sealed or you did it and you will not know if it needs to be reprocessed or refrigerated and eaten immediately.

  3. Fun fact: I emailed Jello for 1.5 yrs daily asking them to bring pudding pops back. They got tired of it and sent me a recipe and some of those popsicle things so I could make my own.

  4. you could use the Pallets from the Barn to Stack your firewoods and keep them above Ground what you think about that 🙂 Loving this Wood Shed

    1. mikes10663 They could title it “ Meowoir by Figaro, a Lumnah Acres cats life!”
      Or “Meowoir by Figaro, the daily life of a cat at Lumnah Acres!

  5. That was sweet!! Al you are a sweet husband. You could have sped fast with the nail gun but held the long square level so your sweetheart could really enjoy the experience with you!! A skilled craftsmen and a true gentleman. What a good guy. He helped spark the desire to build a she shed in his HONEY!!! Al, May Heaven Bless the goodness of your heart.

  6. Al and Gina you make a good team! Boy your wood keeping barn is looking good. How cool sweet pickles and pudding pops! yummy. Well done Gina and Olivia

  7. As I said before, what you need is a wagon; with a tool box/nail and bolts bins maybe a electrical plug installed; (with extention core).After every job, just back iy into the barn and restock it. That way you not have to reload every time into your truck or bucket loader..

  8. Mr. Al, you should glue the nephew’s rock piles so they stay together. Each year they could add another. An outside art project and fun memories.

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