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Saturday, August 21, 2021

My Trailer Redo - Days 134-136 - Second Bench Seats/Lids

  The second bench is done with the lids that lift to access the storage underneath. travel trailer bench

Finished this early enough that I could spend some more time on the beadboard walls. They won't be 100% done, but I think they will at least be temporarily in place. I still have to solve one issue.

Here are the lids opened. I'll just remind you again that most of this was used plywood. They are under cushions except when you want to get in the storage. And I only polyurethaned them for protection from damp- not for their beauty. travel trailer bench with storage below

Then I went to Onekama to help break down the vendor display at the fair. Everyone sold something, but it was not very successful. Live and learn. On the way home, I stopped at the beach again. Not quite sunset, but very dramatic. Lake Michigan

And out on the horizon was a freighter. freighter

All the other news is doing small things on the trailer. There were, of course, some tweaks of things I thought were finished, and another trip to the store. I'm beat, but it's all good. It was very hot today, and I did fade a bit mid-afternoon.

See Second Bench Front

2 comments:

The Oceanside Animals said...

Charlee: "Oooh, that bench looks like a great place to hide!"
Lulu: "But how would you get out again once you were hiding in there?"
Chaplin: "Why would you want to get out of such a great hiding place?"
Lulu: "Cats are SO weird."

Sharkbytes said...

It would be a great place to chill out! Until you got hungry!

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