Sunday, April 15, 2018

Carrying The Load

Prior to leaving for vacation, I went shopping for "vacation stuff"...those last minute things you have to have just in case.  Before I knew it, I was pulling my car up to the curb so my new wagon could be loaded into the car.  

Pulling the large carton out of the car and setting it aside in the garage, I thought it would be a fun project for me to build when I got home from Aruba.  It was (other than the fact that I froze my butt off doing it!)  Nearly two weeks (and several adventures later) in the warmth and sunshine must have thinned my blood.  Today, I am wearing heavy sweats, drinking a cup of hot tea and cuddled up under a blanket.


It holds 600 lbs and dumps, which I'm so excited about although I have no idea why...LOL.



just seeing, saying, and sharing...

Carrying The Load

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8 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Oh...you are so lucky to have gotten away! Of course you are huddled under a blanket, it's still winter here! :(

I have something like your wagon. My hubby bought it, and it's changed my life. I bring it right down to my car when I buy plants or anything for the backyard. In fact last summer, I had so many pots of plants, some stayed in it for a few days and all I had to do was keep water in the bottom and move it in and out of the sun. Now that I think of it, it could really help with groceries, and loading my car for trips to and from the lake. I hope you just enjoy the heck out of yours. Once you warm up, of course!

Jane x

Ann said...

Cute wagon. It's gotta be a bummer coming back to the cold after being in Aruba

eileeninmd said...

Hello, that is a great wagon. We need one too, our wheelbarrow is old and broken. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!

carol l mckenna said...

Great wagon and great shadow shot!

Namaste,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Sandra said...

we need one of these, and have for years. i like it, sorry you are cold

Powell River Books said...

Looks like a handy little wagon, especially with the dumping feature. - Margy

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'm imagining loading that little wagon with shadows! Thanks for linking to Shadow Shot Sunday 2!

Angie said...

A big improvement over the old-fashioned wheelbarrow! And it's almost the same color as the racing green you might find on a Jaguar car. Vroom vroom!

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