Saturday, July 11, 2009

The Excitement Starts to "Build"

Clayton S. Martin and Sons build.

Gary L. Martin and sons inspect.

Young Clayton S. Martin goes over the blueprints with Dad.

(To be honest, the paper is a maze Clayton drew.)

This reminded Mom of an Amish barn raising; it reminded us children of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. (Shows the difference in generations I guess. :-)

A rather important part of the building - the steel beams - arrives.

Uncle Brian's eyes are longer than this arms.

"Aerodynamically, the bumblebee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumblebee doesn't know that so it keeps on flying anyway." Physically, Mervin shouldn't be able to push the wheel barrow, but Mervin doesn't know that so he goes on trying anyway.

The Three Stooges drive a high lift. ;-)

(By the way, this was not staged! It was a total coincidence. First I took the picture, about a week later I thought of the caption, and then a day after that found the lower picture of the three stooges. I like when that kind of thing happens; makes blogging even more exciting!)

Heights just don't bother some people.

The disadvantage of having Candace taking photos is that I have no idea what was supposed to be going on.

The result of my experimentation with the camera by taking pictures of the windowless windows in the garage.

A boy's dream in remote controlled vehicles.

The boys who are still dreaming.

They get their highs too.

1 comment:

Sylvia said...

Love seeing the progress... especially love the three stooges :)