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
It’s For the School House!! As I paced around my house trying to figure out how to relieve my cabin fever I stopped at the 30 or so boxes of books that we never unpacked when we moved back. Every now and then Ben or I will mention that we really needed to get some… Continue reading Buried in Books
DIY BBRRRR!! It’s still too chilly to work at the school house! So I decided to take on a few decorative DIY projects with some of the materials we salvaged. I’ve been particularly intrigued by the slate. I’ll start by saying I am not one for “crafting” and have rarely used a power tool. Since… Continue reading D-I-Why Me??
Baby It’s Cold Outside I hope everyone is having a wonderful (and in our case chilly) holiday week. My thermometer in Argyle told me -16 when I woke up this morning. It’s a little different than North Carolina, that’s for sure! The dogs have informed me that they are southern dogs and not up for… Continue reading 2017 Yearbook
Happy Holidays from our family to yours! We’ll be back in the new year and hit the ground running as we continue to restore Gramp’s Old School!
Christmas comes to Gramp’s Old School It’s the holiday season! I’m totally distracted and unfocused, and it SNOWED!!!! This is our second winter in Upstate New York after 10 years on the coast in North Carolina, where it never snowed. I got a little over excited and thought I’d share a bit of Christmas cheer… Continue reading Christmas at Gramp’s Old School
Will the Real Gramp Please Stand Up When we chose the name “Gramp’s Old School” it was to recognize that my grandfather attended the school and that my father (my son’s grandfather) is saving the school. I also liked it because I think a lot of people had a Gramp or Gram that attended the… Continue reading A Hop into History