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Emma: Rainbow-colored Project

Emma: Rainbow-colored Project

Emma_thumbnailWhile we are waiting for our job in Texas to be ready to harvest, we are working on a few unfinished projects around home. Some people may see some old pipe sitting around but we saw a swing set. It seems simple to say that Dan just welded the pipes together and made it but there was more hard work and sweat that went into the making of this rainbow-colored project!

Emma: Rainbow

Emma: Rainbow
Dan welds on the hooks for the swings to hang from.

Emma: Rainbow

Emma: Rainbow
Me spray painting away 🙂

Emma: Rainbow
August lifts the swing set with the hoist to put it on all fours.

Emma: Rainbow

Emma: Rainbow
Testing out the swings!

Emma: Rainbow

Emma: Rainbow

Emma: Rainbow
We moved it with two floor jacks and a cherry picker.

Emma: Rainbow
Then we moved it by hand on the grass. It was so heavy!

Emma: Rainbow

Be safe and God bless!

All Aboard Wheat Harvest is sponsored by High Plains Journal and Syngenta
Emma can be reached at emma@allaboardharvest.com 

2 Comments
  • Harry and Sharon Drake
    Posted at 13:10h, 23 June

    Love the swing. You all did a great job and glad you can have fun on it.We live 6- miles south of Wichita and cutting has been since Wednesday. They are cutting now,looks like rain coming,hope it hold off,coupls days and they will be done with most if wheat.Take care Sharon and Harry Drake, Winfield, Ks. June 23, 2013

  • Emma Misener
    Posted at 15:49h, 07 July

    Thanks for the comment! It was a lot of fun making the swing. All 14 grandkids (and parents!) have been having fun swinging 🙂
    Hope the wheat turned out good for you all up there!