Me and Rex watching the 4th of July parade in Cedar.
Mom, Jessika and Lindsey at the park in Cedar on the 4th.
The gang's bikes ~ at Sullivans Cafe in Cedar.
A Harley ride over Cedar Mt. with some friends from Vegas. They were heading to Colorado, staying the night in Richfield on their way. We met up with them in Cedar and rode over the Mt. to Panguitch. Split off with them there. It was a beautiful day for a ride. This picture was taken at the Church parking lot at Panguitch Lake.
Old door out of a house that was torn down in Harmony years ago. I knew I wanted an old door for the pantry in the new house. I asked Ted, Rex's dad to go on the hunt for me in Harmony, to see if he could find me one. Boyd Pace told him I could have one form a pile of doors he had on his property. He had taken them out of an old house that was torn down. The pile of doors had been out in the elements for years. I fell in love with this one. I love the way the paint is chipping, and the door knob so high. I did not even know if it would work but we took it. I later found out that my Uncle Brent had taken some doors out of my Great Grandpa's house before it was torn down. He was nice enough to give me some of them too. The pantry door had already been framed out so we had to hope that one of the doors would work. The best fit was the one from Boyd. We only had to cut a few inches off the width. Rex is amazing and can do anything. He had to move the hinges too. but he made it work.
I LOVE IT! It is just what I wanted. Don't you think the door knob is neat, how high it is? I still want to use the doors Uncle Brent gave me somewhere in the house.
We were able to use these windows from Great Grandpa's house. Mom had them and she gave them to us. Rex's handy work again. These are above the office doors.