We’ve upgraded things at The Hotel Rasmussen, and we had fancy-schmancy electronic theatre seating recliners delivered for the Entertainment Room.
With big-ticket items come big boxes.
“I’m going to make Claire a little fort!” my husband declared. “I’ll just use one of the boxes. It will be simple.”
Nothing that man does is simple, so when he got out TWO of the boxes, the hot glue gun, and an exacto knife I wasn’t truly surprised. (The tarp was an addition, because apparently it rains now in Colorado. Who knew?)
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Claire had a friend over for an all-day playdate, so they were able to play in the fort.
They also took a break, because playing can be exhausting.
Then, when they discovered raiders on the horizon, they leapt to action.
PROTECT THE FORT!
…so they did with super-soakers. (I then had them water my plants. I’m a practical multi-tasker, if anything.)
I’ll admit, it’s a great fort, but I got tired of it on the deck. So, last night, my two enginerds scoped out new locations.
They found one in the back 40.
They opted to use the natural resources of the area to secure the fort.
The child labor laws have always been lax around these parts.
This particular post was installed inside the fort, through the floor, to keep it in place. Worked like a charm!
It got too dark to take more photos, so I ventured out today to snap some more.
I love it.
I love Claire’s simple, little, tiny fort.
It has a woodsy feel.
So, to the rest of the visitors headed to The Hotel Rasmussen this summer? Your Guest House is ready. 😉