Today we’re proud to annouce our “Day 20” winner in the 25 Days of Fuego give away: Ed.
Ed’s project: “For a long time I’ve wanted to do some kind of project where I could get my son involved but I could never get him interested in building anything. My wife and I recently came up with the idea to build a miniature golf course in our backyard. Why not install fake grass since the real stuff won’t grow. Before you know it my son and I were drawing up a layout and plans for the holes and it’s coming together great. What we’re missing though are those structures that give the holes their charm. I’m talking about the tiny buildings, and bridges, and don’t forget the all important windmill. I mean, what kind of miniature golf course would it be without a windmill? So now our project is growing a bit beyond our original scope and I’m not sure a handsaw is going to survive the rest of the journey. Either way I’m sure we’ll still contintue to have a blast.”
Congrats, Ed, a windmill bearing golf course in the backyard, now that’s Toolmonger style! I remember my first miniature golf experience with fondness. A few words of advice stand back when the young’n is swinging and buy a few extra golf balls. I believe they’re still looking for the first one managed to connect with.
If you didn’t win — try again today by posting your winter project (that makes use of the Fuego) as a comment on this post for another chance to win. (And remember, though you can only win once, you can post projects as often as you’d like. So, if yours wasn’t selected, don’t be afraid to give us a new take on it — or maybe link in a picture!)
Contest Details [Toolmonger/RIDGID]
P.S. For another chance to win post your winter project on the day 21 winner.