When I got back from the city with our new washing machine, I just had to go around back to see how the painting went for the girls.

The first coat of paint is done!

You know, when I first picked up this shade, I was afraid that once it was on large surfaces like this, it would be too much. I’m happy to say that, now that I see it, I’m loving it even more!

The bird feeder had also been started.

Since these photos were taken, the girls were able to go back and do another coat on the picnic table, then flip the bird feeder to finish the rest of the top side and give the roof a second coat.

I might have to get another can of this paint! The window frame for the basement screened window didn’t get done, but that’s okay. There is no rush on that. We’re also going to wait for the paint to fully cure before we add the spray on rubber stuff for the bottoms of the picnic table legs. Since they’ve already been painted, there’s no rush on that, either.

These are going to look great, once they’re done and set up in the yard!

The Re-Farmer

4 thoughts on “Blue

  1. Looks like Carolina beach property light blue. šŸ™‚

    The table is still showing it’s age a little (less than me though, lol), but it’s perfectly usable and a good example of refurbish and re-use in a throw away society. šŸ™‚

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    • Yup. It’s not worth fixing; we would be pretty much rebuilding it, and at that point, there is no point! But it should have a few more years, yet.

      Though I do wish my parents (and whoever else was dumping stuff here) did actually through more stuff away! I can’t even say they kept things to reuse them. No one wanted to drag it to the dump. šŸ˜•

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