In my last post, I installed a phone holder on my tractor, which is very convenient but I wanted a way to charge it while in the holder. So in this post I install a combination USB charger and voltmeter to kill two birds with one stone.
I decided to build a rolling plywood and wood storage cart so it can be moved around in the shop if needed. I wanted to build it with material I had on hand, if possible. Also, I wanted it to be simple to build and easily adapted for changing needs.
Here’s how I added LED lights to my Kubota tractor’s ROPS and turned night into day with 360 degree visibility.
So today I just needed some good old Kubota Tractor Therapy. Seems like moving the logs of those trees that Bob pushed down, then I cut up would be just what the doctor ordered.
At last, real progress on the shop building! And I get to operate a skid steer for the first time in 30 years. That was fun! Power and water are extended to the shop and FINALLY the concrete is poured! After that, I do some grading next to the new slab with my Kubota and … Continue reading Building the Shop: Power Concrete and More!
These two raised garden beds were built to replace one long one that was only one foot tall. We decided we wanted taller versions this time and made two beds, so it was easier to move from one side to the other without having to walk all the way around. They may be taller than most raised garden beds but we love them this way!