Bottom line: Here is where I fractured my right ankle...twice. My retired mother (who I live with and help support) has a terraced landscape lawn with a half-mill-stone step. It's quite a step down and irregular in shape at that. I built a new more regular platform. Easier to step down to,don't you think?!?
My project at home. Here's what a can of flat black spray paint from Hometown Ace in Gloucester can do to aluminum chairs that have been left out year-round in full sun for nearly 19-yrs. 15min and $3/can 'Nuff said!
Last fall, Stacy hired me to build a cement foundation for her garden tool shed. We finally got to build it together :)
It was fun and Stacy commented that if she had to do it with her husband, they'd be getting a divorce. Hey, Cape Ann Handywoman saves marriages too! I think I may get one of these shed kits too because I need a place to store my tools and supplies. Now, I know how to build it!