Happy Father’s Day From Gramp’s Old School!

Gramp’s Old School We named the school house Gramp’s Old School because my “Gramp,” Richard Tefft Sr. attended the school in the early 1940’s. Two year’s ago my father, Richard Tefft Jr. became “Gramp” to my son, Philip. In honor of Father’s Day, here’s a run down of all the fathers in my life! My… Continue reading Happy Father’s Day From Gramp’s Old School!

From Trash To Treasure; The School House Continues To Surprise Us!

Gramp and I truly treasure ever moment we spend at the school house.  We make new discoveries every time we’re there. Gramp was doing some yard work a few weeks ago and turned up this pretty marble. Spurred on by this find Em and brother Jesse jumped into treasure hunting! A family friend let us… Continue reading From Trash To Treasure; The School House Continues To Surprise Us!

Notes From Gramp’s Work Bench

Winter Progress Update Hurray! Last Saturday the weather finally warmed up enough for us to get over to the school house and do some work! First Em, Gramp, and myself had a project meeting to check in and do some planning. Then on to the school house! Gramp is kind of in charge of the… Continue reading Notes From Gramp’s Work Bench

167 Years Young

Gramp’s Jumping in as guest blogger this week! Take it away Gramp! How did they build stuff in 1850? So I sat drinking my coffee on Thanksgiving morning drooling over the home improvement store Black Friday sale fliers shouting: I want this saw for the school house! I need this whiz bang laser level thingy… Continue reading 167 Years Young