Letting the artistic juices flow

Letting the artistic juices flow

and Random Thoughts
I took a day off from construction work to do more artistic work. This was one of my finished products. It is enjoyable to work with different mediums and working with concrete is a favorite. The sea turtle created is larger than a typical concrete statues. He is almost three feet long and has been trained well. He sits and stays on command rather than swimming away in the sea. He doesn't leave surprises around the place. Check him out for sale at the Statuary in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. [caption id="attachment_166" align="alignnone" width="300"] Massive concrete sea turtle[/caption]
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Flash back from 2016

Flash back from 2016

and Random Thoughts
Flash back to 2016 when we acquired a handful of peacocks. These beautiful India Blue peacocks have had quite a year. From constructing new pens, to be moved around the barn. There was the one who escaped and decided the best place to roost was on top of the barn. Yes, you read that correctly. He flew up to the top of our big ol' red barn and spent the night there. There was the other peacock who escaped and it took 2+ hours with six people searching before we found him tucked away for the night high up in a tree. This year we are excited for the potential of peachicks. I should clarify, peacocks are males..... peachicks are the babies, and the females are called peahens. I chuckle…
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Expanding…. four feet at a time

Expanding…. four feet at a time

and Random Thoughts
It's been a while since we have updated everyone. In the last few weeks we have had four lambs born. The latest member is oreo. She is the cutest spotted lamb we have. Her mom is a first time mother and doing a fantastic job. [caption id="attachment_155" align="alignnone" width="300"] Newest lamb added to the herd.[/caption] We are working on building her a shelter to keep them dry since there is rain forecasted by our local weatherman. I'm signing off for today, going to grab a cup of coffee and head out to keep cutting wood and buikding more shelters. With rain tomorrow I'll work on texturing Sheetrock. Give is a call if you need an estimate BTW: the incubator is full. The cat is pregnant and due any day. The…
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Construction math meets chicken math

Construction math meets chicken math

and Random Thoughts
When we first started the construction business, Wollman Construction, Inc., it was quickly apparent construction math was going to take place. construction math you say? Well.... it's a lot like chicken math. Here's how chicken math works. If the coop hold 12 chickens, younpurcjase 12 chickens. Then a month later you stop by TSC and see it's chick days. You come home with 6 chicks. The next month you adopt 4 more birds..... in the end, you're unsure how many birds you have, only that you could always use a few more....   Enjoy these Chicken Math Memes     Time to head back back to my cup of coffee and think of how many construction tools I'm going to need to acquire this year and how many more chickens…
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Interesting news regarding Lucy Goose

Interesting news regarding Lucy Goose

and Random Thoughts
It has been brought to our attention, Lucy Goose is not a female, but rather a male. Which make it a gander. Lucy Goose is no more, but has been renamed Ander the Gander. Thankfully here at Wollman Construction we can roll with the changes. Time for another cup of coffee and start drafting plans to build a larger coop. Good thing I know a qualified licensed contractor to work on expanding the coop. ;)  
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