DIY [#31] ~ Rain Cover–CamRanger System, evolving… 10/08

Now, with wheels! Do I call it a “rain-caddy, rain-car, or rain-cart”?

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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.

 

DIY [#31] ~ Rain Cover–CamRanger System, 10/07

I think this will work…

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.Camera Roll.jpg

Snow [Fayetteville, North Carolina], NOT! But, Freezing Rain & Sleet, 03/03/2014

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.

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