BJH and I have a new, or should I say old, pass time.
We are collecting old pieces, basically throw aways, of
mainly wooden furniture and restore or recreating them.
This is the first stage in dissecting the piano.
We (mainly Jimmy) spent hours of screws, bolts, pins, strings, strings
and more strings.
I never knew a piano had so many pieces.
See my favorite four year old grandson peeking through?
Now we are reassembling the frame. This will soon be a desk with shelves.
Guess you’ll have to wait awhile to see the end results.
Thanks for stopping in.
PS. The piano was way beyond repair.
Marcy Jo’s Roadhouse is a favorite restaurant close to the hill. Elvis cake, sticky buns and yummy cinnamon rolls.
Very unique place with some great down home cookin’ including the best biscuits and gravy (except for mine).
We asked our waiter to stand beside the HOT sign. I think it made his day.
This is some of the unique metal work in Nolensville, TN which is a town full of antique shops.