Sunday, June 7, 2015

Downhill Parking

The last time I was here was last winter in snow cover. As I told you at the time, the shot is taken from the Munjoy Hill area looking down toward Bayside. The water in the distance is Back Bay and across the water in the distance is my old high school. A sunny late spring day is ahead for us. Our garden is in. The porch mini project is just about complete. It's where I like to hang out early mornings so that's a good thing. Now it'll be full speed ahead on the deck. We are scraping, priming and restaining it all. No small feat to do it right.
I'll keep you posted on our progress in that area.
If you've got it today, enjoy the sun.
Parking is downhill.
But sunny weather is looking up!

18 comments:

  1. All the outdoor chores to be done while the sun shines!

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  2. i'd probably have to practice that parking as we're pretty well flat-landed here. :) happy decking!

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  3. I like the row of colorful houses.

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  4. Parallel parking on a hill like that with standard shift can be tricky. :-)

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  5. I know, I know. When it comes to staining, it takes large feet.

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  6. hope they've got strong handbrakes

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  7. I like the look of this neighborhood. Tasks when owning a home is endless.

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  8. Love those bright, cheery houses.

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  9. Nice street, Birdman. What is all this work? You are retired. RETIRED. That means you can goof off. Take it easy. You have the rest of your life to finish the job.

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    1. Thanks Jack. I'll pass that on to my 'boss'.

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  10. I like the colorful homes.

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  11. Lovely colours on those wooden houses.

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  12. Love those colorful houses...

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  13. What a fantastic view! Do you do balcony gardens? I'd exchange a couple of nights in our guest room for some help. ;-)

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  14. Quite a slope! I can see problems with icy surfaces in the winter.

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  15. Oh I LOVE these colourful houses built on a slope!

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