On Wednesday myself, Ken and Bev set out to go to Fort St. John for the evening. Ben and Isabel the Army officers were going to put up a tarp garage in there backyard to store there truck camper in for the winter, but unfortunately Ben’s back was still bothering him. So me and Ken were there to rescue. As we took on the project it grew dark and we had to work in the light of the few light we had. We had to build 3 walls roughly 2 feet tall to go under 3 side of the garage to raise it up so that the camper could fit in side. While Ken was measuring, cutting, measuring and then cutting again, I was working away at getting the frame of the garage built. On we worked into the wee hours of the evening. By the time the wooden walls were in place and the frame of the garage was built it was 11:30pm which was too late to keep working considering we still had over a hours drive back home. So we wrapped things up and took of home.
The next day while Ken was working, Bev and myself hauled a couple loads of water and by the time we had that done Ken was done aswell. We then went up to Fort St. John once again to finsih this building. We moved fast! We got the frame ontop of the walls and secured it down. Then after a lot of pulling and grunting we were able to pull the tarp over the top of the frame. Tied it down, put up the doors and we were DONE. We were able to sit for 5 minutes and have a slice of pizza before leavving again.
Next Up: Edmonton.