|Digging away on one of the two deep post holes|
|With perseverance, I managed to dig deep before setting the posts.|
|Ready to mix post cement.|
|Each hole took four bags of post cement.|
|Ready to cut the 36" upper pergola pieces.|
While the cement was curing to concrete, I had plenty of work to do to complete all the finishing pieces.
|Once cut, all pieces needed to be sanded before staining.|
|Anyone in blogland need some door stops? They are really cheap!|
The sanded parts required stain.
|Stained and drying.|
|Ready for fresh dirt to be followed by moving the strawberry patch from its old spot to this new spot.|
|Owen had his mom (Courtney) send us this photo and the one below.|
|"Check out my cool spoon"|
While I was busy working on the back yard pergola, Jeanette lent Ginette a hand looking after Easton and Brie so that she could get some errands done. Jeanette always has her camera at the ready and took these most recent photographs.
|Ginette and Easton are keeping Brie entertained.|
|A rare moment when Easton is trying to read a book to his baby sister.|
|Hmmm.....he looks like he is reading the card....but more impressive is his hand print on the card.|
|Brie is enjoying the warmth of a sunny afternoon in our sun room. Easton likes this spot and enjoys setting up his little play things whenever he comes over to our home.|
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