We’ve taken the next step in Operation Greenhouse Transport.
We’ve labeled the poles and posts, now it is time to get started pulling up the pavers and transferring them to our house.
Even though I am SO excited that we are getting a greenhouse…I was dreading this part. Pavers cover the ENTIRE floor of the inground pool the greenhouse was built on.
The. Entire. Floor.
We trudged over to the neighbor’s to get started. The boys in tow.
“Should I bring my tools?” asked Joe.
“I don’t think we’ll need them for this step buddy.”
Once inside, I stifled sigh.
This was going to be a big job. It was going to take a long time.
Once we got started though, it went pretty quickly. We got into a rhythm.
The boys and I pulled up the pavers and scraped the dirt and sand off with putty knives so they would stack easily. Ray did the heavy lifting and hauled them over to stack them on the ledge of the pool.
Our neighbor opened up one of the sides, and Ray handed the pavers out to him to put on a couple of pallets we brought over.
By the time we left, we had removed about half the pavers. Half!
I headed home to start dinner and Ray stayed a little longer to chat with the neighbor and pull up a few more pavers.
The boys and I were tired and dirty, but we felt a sense of satisfaction with our work.
“Well, I guess I didn’t need my tools,” said Joe.
The greenhouse is close
And we will transport it soon
Excited for fall