Last week, we went to Bristow, Oklahoma to attend our grand daughter's wedding.
I didn't take any tools or my camera.
But as it turned out, I still got put to work building some directional signs. That was fun. With the bride a grooms help, I used a circular saw to cut up a pallet into three signs. LOater, I cut up another pallet to make a fourth sign.
The groom got some hands on training pulling nails so the boards could be re-positioned. Later the bride and her mom did the painting using some three inch stencils and some white Zinsser primer paint.
The wedding had a country theme so it was boots and jeans for almost everyone.
I did take a few pics with my new cell phone. It did OK. It was fun talking to the photographer. She showed me her new to her Canon 1Dx she bought overseas for $3100. They are almost $6K here in the states.
So here are a few pics of the day and the day after, including the signs, our kids and grand kids...and me and grandma, and the beautiful 6Grand Farm.