After the grey and rainy days of the past week, we had a perfect Queensland winter day. Brilliant blue sunshine but quite chilly with a westerly wind. I did not even stop to take a photo as we were busy working on an outdoor project.
You may remember this post from a little over 3 months ago when we began in earnest to build the walkway/pergola entrance to our garden. It had been several years in the dreaming/planning stages but is now finally a reality, albeit, a not quite finished one.
We worked until the light was fading fast so I snatched these last minute photos as GMan was packing up the final tools.
We still have to attach the crossbar at the end closest to the house as well as panels of wire on the lower sections of the sides.
The next step will be to decide on exactly what coverage we want on the top of the walkway. It will probably be timber slats but we need to consider how wide and how far apart. The base will be paved with some of the pavers we salvaged from the front steps when they were demolished. There is even a pile of excess crusher dust salvaged from the front steps project, too. We will clean the pavers with the high pressure Gerni first.
The final step will be to plant 4 Mandevilla creepers in shades of pink and crimson.
I am excited at the progress we have made and am looking forward to seeing a welcoming flower-covered entrance to our garden.