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Perfect Father's Day gift - project completed!

By Ellen Zornes

JD had a wonderful Father's Day! He has been wanting to clean out and organize the garage ever since we moved here. This weekend it happened.

Adam loves woodworking and building, so he and Kyle arranged to get it done for JD. Adam brought all the wood and he had already given JD good tools through these three years so he didn't have to bring many of his from home.

He built custom fit raised wooden pads for the shelves to fit on, hung peg board to hold the tools, then JD and Kyle organized and filled the shelves with all our junk! Adam first learned woodworking skills from JD who learned from his father. A great weekend!




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A great Father's Day gift



2021-06-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Ellen Zornes.
Neither the high heat nor humidity of Father's Day weekend 2021 stopped the Zornes boys from giving their dad, JD, the gift of completing a major garage overhaul. Sons Adam and Kyle used skills learned from their dad growing up and in just two days the long awaited project was done.

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