I have just enough energy to be thinking about all the things I want to be doing, and no where near enough energy to do any of it.
I mentioned back in the fall that I’d acquired a 6’x6’x6′ wooden box to use as the basis for a future greenhouse. My goal for it this summer is to get it moved into location on the property, get the clear roof on, and a smaller door built. If I can get at least one sides worth of windows on that’d be awesome. But the roof and the door would mean that I could potentially use it next spring even if I don’t get the rest of it done right away.
But this means that I’m going to have to cut holes in the plywood sides and roof. I currently have a corded circular saw (Black & Decker), a battery powered recip saw (18v Dewalt), and various hand powered tools. The circular saw is a full sized saw, and its heavy, no way I’m going to be using that. I MIGHT be able to managed it with the recip (which is lighter, but not lightweight by any stretch), but especially the roof parts, only might. I know my limits, and having either of those up over my head and running doesn’t sound like fun. Yes, I can get Husband to help me, and plan to, but still. I may end up on a ladder cutting down on the roof instead, but then that’d be awkward too.
Best suggestion for the tool to use for cutting out the window openings? I kinda have my eye on some of those little corded circular saws, but they’re not especially cheap……