Kenny HendrickKenny's Projects


Experimenting with different lighting.
Experimenting with Lighting
Experimenting with Brick Wall Lighting

Tied in a knot hanging light.
Experimenting with Springfield Brick Wall

Springfield Brick Wall Lighting
Tentative Lighting for Brick Wall
With nothing available in green, these yellow lights will do for now.
yellow lights

This is the sitting spot, a.k.a. View from Main Desk.

Yellow lights for brick wall
Virtually all lighting in this garage is activated by motion detection.
These yellow lights are set to turn off 5 minutes after motion ceases (unless there's still motion).


Below shows the incomplete wing-wall that will require cuting of the figure 8 brick to be installed within each of the toothings on the left side of the column on the right.
Accent Brick Column Pending Cuts Photo

The columns were finished and since there were leftover reject cuts, they were used along with some broken stone that came a couple of days ago from a mason looking to dump some debris.
Center partition wall receiving TLC
After first topping off the wall with a rowlock course,  the need to not waste the leftover mortar and brick parts kept this going.
This project was made entirely of crap
The photo below is the rough side of the wall.
Since the pieces shown on this small wing-wall were cut from full brick which were originally cut to be used in the column in the background (and are leftovers).
If this wing-wall portion of the wall was planned out beforehand, the cuts used here would have been custom cut.

Rowlock above running bond

Stone is in the future

Renewable Energy / Battery Bank Area Photo
This is what the brick looks like on the floor dry.
Brick Floor Dry Photo

This is what the brick floor looks like wet

Brick Floor Wet Photo

About some time last year, my neighbor to the north had given me some really great flat large pieces of what might be cut granite (or unpolished marble??).   When it was given I simply tucked it around an apple tree to curtail weeds.   The tree was planted last year (brought to you by my friend Vickie).   I'd say there's enough stone out there to cap-off the entirety of the wall (and finish that missing seat-top in the shower, which is the first intent).

Opposite end of garage

This concludes the Lighting Page

One Brick at a Time     Figure 8 Brick     Lighting       Stone

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