The Concrete Truck is Dumping Concrete into the Pump Truck. This Pump Truck can put Concrete anywhere within 300 feet of it in any direction.
This shows the Long Arm of the Concrete Pump Truck, which can be made even longer, if it is necessary.
This shows the Finished Building before the Forms were taken down. This Tool House is not likely to Blow Away by any Means, nor Burn up, nor get Eaten by Termites; but, it would not be beyond our Loving Government to Blast it Away for the Sake of their Pride, Envy, and Disrespect for the Hard Labors of other People, perhaps in the Name of Democracy, Freedom, Justice, and "National Defense." Indeed, they already did similar Evil Works in Foreign Lands, just to Prove that they have the Ability. However, these Walls are made with Hardened Concrete, which will Require the Best of their Bombs in order to move it; and even then, they will not be Ashamed of themselves for such an Evil Deed — that is, until the Day of Judgment.
This shows 2 of the Windows of the Tool House. The Walls are 9 feet tall. The East and North Sides are under the Ground Level up to the Top of the First Step of Blocks. The Roof is now ready for another Building on top of it, which could be a Screened-in $wangkee Kitchen, or just a Summer House for some Beggar like ME.
This shows the Purple Martin Bird House. Those Birds made Beautiful Music while we did the Work, and their Voice Boxes did not need to be Repaired at Radio Shack.
Part of my Brazilian Agate Windows. This is Time for Reflections and Rest.
This Photo shows a Moonrise over the Tool House and Pickup Truck. Notice that I have not “Landed on the Moon,” but, I am able to take Photographs that are similar to those of “Lunar Explorers.” Indeed, by “Magic” I have the Light of the Moon Reflecting off of the Tool House, with the Moon beyond the Wall! Indeed, it is very similar to the Famous Lunar Photo of the American Flag being Reflected from the Visor of the Astronaut’s Helmet, while the Sun supposedly Shined on the Face of the Astronaut, while it also Shined on the Flag behind the Cameraman! And that was Hollywood “Magic.”