Always bittersweet taking everything down, until next year.
Who knew that video game would come in so handy later in life?It always amazes me that something that takes me a year to plan out and create and take 2-3 months to setup all comes down in two weekends. I'm lucky that I have plenty of storage, but I still end up playing Tetris with my wife fitting everything back into the storage sheds.
Is that structure a pallet structure (made from pallets)?....Did you move it with your tractor?.....If so, did it balance OK while you were in transit?....I'm curious because I'm thinking of building something similar and using the forks to move it....I mounted a couple things on pallets this year and moved them to the yard and it worked fine....Not sure if something tall like that would be tipsy...I got the shorter 36 inch forks....Thanks....ZR
With lately having to bag my own groceries at stores, I often impress the “paid” baggers.. years of Tetris is my reply..Who knew that video game would come in so handy later in life?
~ The guy who packs the car for camping trips
Your right, back saver for sure....I put all kinds of stuff on pallets now....I've got some old sheets of tin roof laying around, I thought about building some of those pallet structures with a roof to help keep the weather off the animatronics and then just moving them into the woods when I'm not using them but not sure I want all that "junk" in the woods in the off season...Would be awesome to attach lighting,netting,etc....Basically build a complete scene and simply move it to the area, plug and play....ZRIt's my witch hut. Made out of pallets, I've got pallet forks on mine as well. Picture doesn't show it well but it's strapped over the top of the roof down to behind the forks. It's rickety as heck but I go real slow and it's still in one piece after moving it a few times. The pallet forks have been a huge back saver on moving some of the bigger props around. Especially the twelve foot skeletons in their boxes.