well – now painted – 20110620 – IMG_3102
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
The well (and front door), now painted. A good "before" picture of the well and front door: www.flickr.com/photos/clintjcl/4435076513/
This story also demonstrates another moral of our home: Always keep a spare mailbox on hand! I’m up to mailbox #3 (and mailbox post #3, paid for and installed by the government 3 months after they destroyed the last one) in just 12 years. Always keep a spare. at a yard sale vs + for a new box. If somebody baseball bats my mailbox, they are hurting me for , not the they think they are. Joke’s on them.
Also since I don’t have a proper shed, we keep a lot of supplies here in the well. They sit on a piece of wood (LIFE TETRIS!) that was originally part of the bunk bed I slept in as a kid. WASTE NOTHING.
In case you’re wondering how a gutter gets damaged: www.flickr.com/photos/clintjcl/4481727978/ … Yes, it’s all you people who keep wishing for snows’ fault. Also, here’s a picture of how bent up our front-right gutter was: www.flickr.com/photos/clintjcl/3596132314/
chairs, garbage cart, gutter guards, house maintenance, roofing cement, spare mailbox, stabilizing fluid, storm door, washer fluid, wood filler.
June 20, 2011.
BACKSTORY: While dealing with Farmers insurance & Progressive/Homesite insurance’s dropping our policy for us having peeling window sill paint (among other things), we had to do a bunch of house repairs. While painting our window sills, we also painted other surfaces that needed painting, such as doors, railings, soffits, stairs, gutters, pipes, and cinder block walls.