Now, with wheels! Do I call it a “rain-caddy, rain-car, or rain-cart”?
I arrived at a wheel to blend the top and bottom and not have to fashion a fascia. Wheels are also practical and I have 4 from a wagon whose steering is broken. I thought I was at a no-cost DIY until I found a wheel not holding air. I replaced them at Northern Tools @ $4.99 a piece, plus tax–not bad… I think we have a cool looking buggy that will protect my CamRanger Rig from rain or snow. Next–clean-up.
No splatter in the sides or back! Painting & trimming is next…
The Featured Images [above] were taken with the camera [100mm lens] beneath the cover using CamRanger and my iPad. I have finishing and painting to complete this DIY. The materials are all repurposed items–no current money spent.
We got what was forecast for our area–and not much of that. After all, our temp had to drop over 34-degrees, and it did. We received a bit of freezing rain followed by a couple hours of sleet–very little accumulation. I find I like the sound of rapidly falling sleet. I also like the sound of snow falling through the trees.