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Saturday, 19 July 2014

ALL FALL DOWN


Greetings Prim Folk,  hope your weekend is going well so far.  Nice sunny morning here,  will go out and water the flowers after another cup of coffee.....Well, last Monday we had everything moved to our new camping site, all but the porch was left that we put on the front of the trailer.  I love the porch Cam built, it is so cozy and I enjoy sitting on the porch very much. He thought that he could move the porch in one piece instead of taking it down piece by piece.  Lift up on a long ski-do trailer, travel slowly down the back roads, back it up to the trailer nice and snug, well, you know what thought did.  All went well, lifting it up on the trailer went really good, Cam was so delighted, so was his helper.  Then moving along the road that leads out of the park,  all hell broke loose. A corner of the porch hit a low tree branch and that's what  made it all come tumbling down, oh oh!!! Nasty old branch was a little to low, so, back to building me a new porch, thank goodness the floor didn't break.  At least we got the porch floor down at the trailer, much better having it then sitting on the bumpy ground. We do like the new spot, just a little more building in process........Wishing you all a great day, Summer Blessings Francine.  
porch before on the trailer
porch all broken on a trailer


16 comments:

  1. sorry you couldn't save the entire porch! but at least you tried. :)

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  2. Oh no...I hope part of it can be used...sometimes the best laid plans don't work out...but kudos for trying:)

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  3. So sorry. Hope you have a nice Sat.

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  4. Oh my.... dang that low branch! Good luck with getting it all put back together.... such a cozy place!

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  5. On no! So sorry the porch didn't make it. Darn tree branch. ~Jessica

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  6. I'm sorry! Hope the new porch will go up quickly as you already have the floor. Have a nice weekend!

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  7. Oh no. I'm so sorry at least it can be rebuilt and no bodily damage to humans occured.

    Hugs friend.

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  8. Stinks
    Hugs to you Sweet Potato

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  9. Oh no I am so sorry about your porch. Hope the new spot is worth it! Have a great rest of the weekend!
    Be blessed,
    Cindi

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  10. Francine, i am so sorry about your porch, I hope some of the old porch can be salvaged. It is just something so relaxing about setting on a porch, reminds me of Sundays at my Grandma's. Hugs, Lecia

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  11. Oh no :( At least the floor was saved. Hope your new porch comes together quickly :)

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  12. Oh my I hope you can make a new one or at least use some of the material from the old one to make another porch . I do like the look of the porch over your trailer looks so cozy . Hope your new porch gets lots of sitting and enjoying on ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  13. Oh no...those best made plans! I am certain you will have a porch again soon!
    Kari

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  14. Oh no, bummer! I really like the porch, it's the perfect touch!

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  15. Oh no! At least it wasn't the trailer. I'm sure the next one will be even better!

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