As much as we’d love to get out and hunt for boundary line survey pins here at J. Strom Thurmond COE project, there are jobs that have a higher priority. With winter and colder, wetter weather in the near future, we have to make use of every sunny day the comes along.
One top priority job that needs to be done is repainting picnic tables and shelters at the West Dam recreation area. As much as I love painting (not!), we’re here to help and we’ll do anything that needs our abilities.
We got a group of several volunteers together and armed with paint, brushes and rollers, we jumped right in.
Bob and Laura also painted a nearby life jacket loner kiosk that needed some attention, too.
I have an extendable pole I use to wash the Journey. It came in handy to reach the high inside roof boards with a roller screwed on the end.
Marti was all decked out in her very best Sunday-go-to-meeting painting clothes.
We hope to finish all the shelters and tables this week. It is a tiring job for us old fogies, but thankfully, Advil for the sore muscles and pot luck dinners we share here will see us through. ;c)
Looks like the mulching project will be next on our agenda, so those pins will have to wait just a little longer to be hunted. ;c)
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