The Open Space in Frankfort at the water front has new playground equipment. Carter Ooasterhouse and his group Carter’s Kids have been here and helped to erect it.
I went to see the goings on during the second day of construction. Actually I was hoping to get a glimpse of Carter who, by the way, is from Traverse City. No such luck though. I was told that Carter did not show up until the last minute of the last day 😦
Carter’s Kids helped get this thing started, the citizens of Frankfort gave the money and supplied the volunteers…
What a cool idea
Kristi Mills and her helpers are working their fingers to the bone trying to feed all the little and big builders for 3 days from sun up to sun down. She did a fabulous job coordinating all of that.
Looks like a locomotive to me
so now I do not have a picture of the finished master piece. I will go uptown and take one or two on Tuesday. Going to lunch at the Fusion with a friend on Tuesday 😆
– and the surrounding little towns, dunes and all the fun that can be had in the area. Here, read for yourself
Adventure Town: Traverse City, Michigan
One day this spring when Lee, Roxie and I came back from lunch and shopping in Traverse City, we decided to stop at the Crystal Lake Emporium up there on 115 near Benzonia. Right away she spotted the sink – I bought it and took it home. There it laid by the garage – until yesterday when Mike came up with the perfect way to install it in front of cottage 1
(remember to click on each picture to get the best view)
There is even soap in the soap dish
Wayfarer Lodgings soap, see?
ummm, I suppose when it rains, there will be suds? Maybe I should replace the soap with a rock…
No, it’s not exactly a lesson on sink installations, it is the story of an antique sink that Lee found and I bought, which had to be installed just right :
Mike had Ty dig 2 holes, attached the sink to some posts, dug them 3 feet into the ground et voila…a sink is installed and it doesn’t touch the garage wall 😉