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The Wagon

Sep
10

The wagon as it arrived:

The wagon now:


By the time I got back home to finish the wagon, I had kinda lost some enthusiasm, if you know what I mean. But I’m happy with how it came out. It’s definitely a different wagon!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 10, 2012  

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  1. 9-10
    8:11
    pm

    It looks 1000 times better, you did a great job. Again, so sorry about Clover.

  2. 9-10
    8:14
    pm

    I think it needs just a leeeetle more paint – the words “Clover Express” :hug:

  3. 9-10
    8:36
    pm

    The wagon looks great. So sorry about Clover. Looking forward to meeting you this weekend. Let me know if you need anything before I leave the ‘city’ on Thur. morning.

  4. 9-10
    9:18
    pm

    It looks beautiful.

  5. 9-10
    9:48
    pm

    I love Dede’s idea! The Clover Express!

  6. 9-10
    10:04
    pm

    I like:::I agree::”The CLOVER Express” she was a good pet! hugs:::big sloppy hugs.
    Sandy

  7. 9-10
    10:19
    pm

    I too vote for “The Clover Express”. What a lovely way to honor her memory….

  8. 9-10
    10:54
    pm

    i vote for, The Clover Express, that is wonderful!!!
    I was just thinking, “In Memory of Queen Clover”.
    She needs to be remembered “grandly”.
    Sharri

  9. 9-10
    11:02
    pm

    Beautiful job – it’s going to look wonderful piled with hay. Shame you don’t have a pair of draft horses to pull it… not to give you any ideas or anything;)

  10. 9-10
    11:03
    pm

    It looks beautiful!

  11. 9-10
    11:20
    pm

    Well done! And just in time. :lol:

  12. 9-10
    11:25
    pm

    It looks fabulous. I just painted the utility wagon for the quad “metallic cobalt blue” It reminded me of he 70’s :lol:

  13. 9-10
    11:27
    pm

    I agree…you should name it The clover Express!! :ladybug:

  14. 9-10
    11:35
    pm

    Another vote here for The Clover Express!
    I am so sorry Suzanne, hugs, if you want one …
    Julie Andrea

  15. 9-11
    12:55
    am

    I also love the idea of the Clover Express.

  16. 9-11
    2:26
    am

    I agree “The Clover Express” would be perfect.

  17. 9-11
    4:20
    am

    It’s just wonderful, Suzanne. Sorry yopu lost your joy today.

  18. 9-11
    10:17
    am

    You did a fantastic job! Love the stencils. I like the idea of a Clover Express.

  19. 9-11
    11:31
    am

    That wagon looks amazing! Are you sure you are a writer and not a painter?

  20. 9-11
    1:19
    pm

    The wagon looks wonderful–wish I could come take a ride on it.

    You & Clover stay in my thoughts. I wonder if you might produce a memorial book about her. You have so many wonderful pictures & stories & you know so many people loved her.

    Hope your weekend event goes great!!

  21. 9-11
    1:26
    pm

    so much depends on a “red wagon” Thank God for hayrides and red wagons!

  22. 9-11
    2:27
    pm

    I think a memorial book would be a wonderful idea. I would buy it! I already yesterday re-read some of my favorite Clover stories.

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