Archive for June, 2013

Garage Overhead Mightyshelves Alternative Hardware Methods

two-tier garage shelves

If you would like to build sturdy garage overhead mightyshelves as described in my earlier post here, but don’t have attic space above your garage, one of several alternative hardware support methods is required.  The original design for these shelves uses threaded rod with washers and nuts.  You run a piece of threaded rod through the shelving and up into the attic space where it is secured to a block with washers and nuts that is fastened to the top of the bottom chord of the trusses. But you can only use this method when you have accessible attic space above.  When you don’t, (when your house has living space above your garage for example), you’ll need to use an alternative hardware support method.   Read more…

Troop 1225 Backpacking Trip Around G Mountain

Troop 1225 Backpacking Trip Around G Mountain

This weekend our scout group went on an over-night backpacking trip around G Mountain.  We hiked up Grove Creek and camped in a grove of aspen trees near a meadow.  The next morning we crossed over the top of G Mountain and came down via Battle Creek.  We hiked a total of 7-8 miles.  Here’s a short video of the trip:

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