Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Garden Bench

Our "garden bench" for the past several years has been an old sawhorse. It's been a long time since we could actually sit on our bench without fear on ending up with our butts on the ground, but the old sawhorse has still been useful for leaning our tools against and sitting our gardening beverages of choice upon, but now, even resting such a light load on the sawhorse is risky. It's time for a replacement and we're going to use a truck toolbox that's been sitting in the old truck rusting and providing a dry home for many generations of red wasps. Sure, it looks tacky, but it ought to be useful. We can sit on it, sit our drinks and such on it, lean our tools against it and even store some small garden tools inside -- once I remove the wasps, that is. The old sawhorse is headed for the brush pile.
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2 comments:

BANDIT said...

WHY DIDN'T YOU THINK OF THIS SOONER? GOOD JOB

Marvin said...

The brains of our team thought of using the toolbox quite a while back. She's just been waiting from the brawn to move it from the old truck and into the garden. That toolbox is heavy!