Here is our site entrance off of Camp Adair Rd. in Monmouth, Oregon. It is on hwy. 99E north of Corvallis Oregon.
Our yard with new spruce trees from Thompson's Mills field.
The RV pad is double wide and cement. Good for checking for loose screws under the RV. The Maintenance shop is in the background.
Another view of site.
We could put the awning out and sit on the pad in our chairs.
The back yard.
Picnic table and fire pit.
Wood shop tool room.
Roller feed tables for radial arm saw.
Drill press, shaper, and a dust collection system.
Table saw, and feed tables.
Here John is putting together the side and back of a nesting box.
Jeanie gets to use power tools too.
This is the branding iron that puts the ODFW and Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation on the front.
John just likes to hammer them together.
This is our primary job, building Cedar bird nesting boxes.
This is a close up.
This is out in the main shop building. The open door to the left of bay door is our washer dryer.
Fork lift in the shop.
Metal fabrication shop.
More metal working, drills etc.
Still more shop.
Here is the welding area.
Metal for welding.
Vehicle oil pit for doing maintenance.
This is a rolling trolly hoist, do you think 10 tons is enough.