~Thunkin’ The Thoughts~

Trying to update the only spot that is close to being flat is becoming a small problem. The propane tank and generator are in this area and they are both eye sores. Spending a few days going back and forth on it has pared it down to a couple of things. Plants went in around the propane tank still keeping it clear for maintenance and supply, but the generator is one still to figure it. It requires space and air and metal.

After pulling out some old gates and lattice I still am not sure what to do here.

In the meantime, the whole thing has taken a couple of days to ponder upon the how-to, so grabbing a table from down below and a couple chairs have helped me to pull up a seat and contemplate it all.

So I am thunkin’ the thoughts on how to figure this out. Time will tell.

Until it is figured out it stays.

Til next time.

Mrs. Shecky

Pull Up A Seat


  1. capost2k says:

    Maybe a wood fence about the height of the taller wall, or a shorter wall with planters on top? You’ll lose the space, but something like the third fence down on this page could be aesthetically pleasing. https://www.knoxvillefencepros.com/wood-fencing-knoxville-tn.html
    Or if you are quite the green thumb, you might consider a “living wall:”
    In the meantime, don’t look at my alleged “landscaping!” Pretty basic.

    1. iammrsshecky says:

      I wish. Those are both great ideas. The problem I’m having is threefold. 1. It’s not level. 2. Generators, in particular this one, shoots out incredible heat. So I don’t want a possible burn. 3. A few feet from that is an underground tank – septic so I can’t level and I need access.
      However… I’m thinking of that photo with pots. I can move those and dig them into the ground a bit for high winds. Great ideas!!

  2. John says:

    Nice generator!

    1. iammrsshecky says:

      Comes in handy with SCE turning everyone of these days. 😐

      1. John says:

        I always had a generator back home in Michigan. When you live among corn fields, the powerlines out there are easily taken down by wind and trees and ice storms. I’ve been in Las Vegas 8 years now, I’ve never once had the elctricity go out, amazing.

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