Deck Work (and a Cow)


Work is going on this week to finish at least part of the deck (the part that was started last year). For now, the garden part of the deck is on hold til I figure out how much damage ($$) just finishing the existing part of the deck is going to do me. The newest part of the deck was missing a railing and some lattice while the old part of the deck was missing spindles that need to be in place for safety reasons. (Guess the previous owners never had little children around!) Next, pressure washing and staining the entire deck so that it will all match.

NOTE: Adam has a four-year-old black Jersey cow for sale. $800–and she’s bred. (That’s a good deal.) If anyone around here is interested in a very friendly milker, email me at [email protected] and I will hook you up!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 8, 2013  

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  1. 4-8

    Suzanne, thats going to be so pretty.

  2. 4-9

    The deck is looking very good!

    That is a great price for a good milk cow. I gave twice that for Willow and her daughter. I hope someone jumps on it quickly.

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