Locked in. No turning back.

This morning before the rain, I mocked up a portion of my Art in the Open, 2014 installation in the back yard and placed an order for one case of half bushel wooden hampers from a Mt. Forest supplier.

This means I’m locked in. There’s no turning back now.

Until all components are assembled, there is no real way to get a feel for the space. And I will not be in a position to truly ‘mock up’ the structure until the baskets arrive and the support stakes have been cut.

This sucks because I have to make decisions based on estimates and models and – because there is only so much time and money – I am locked in once decisions are made.

My life would be easier if I had decided to become an accountant.

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