Getting Leggy! – Fabrication and Install of Feet & Legs Wow! Concrete laying was a lot of work! (and requiring a fair amount of endurance) Glad that’s over now. Now that our footings are set and curing it’s onto the feet and legs. The legs are made of 4″ Schedule 40 pipe and reinforced withContinue reading “Awning Leg Fabrication and Install”
Ground Breaking! (Footing Laying) The project has officially begun! We’ve done all our prep steps (Scroll down past this entry to see that post.) and we are finally ready to start. First, Russell decided what points to measure off the house and which other structures it was important for the legs to align to. We markedContinue reading “Laying Foundation – Footings for Big Awning”
30′ x 50′ Awning Prep I’m not sure about you but we’ve been thinking on setting up a big out door work space since we bought our house. We need a spot to build Edible Carnival attractions after all, and we’ve found that out here in New Mexico if you have shade you can basicallyContinue reading “Prep Work – First Steps Toward a Huge New EC Workspace”
Homestead and art production info. Posts on the processes and procedures we use, development of Edible Carnival sculptures and touring updates. Very excited to bring you tons of info. Just testing blog functions now! Look for more in early 2020!