September 06, 2013
Park 'N Place
I've been looking at this in catalogs for years and suddenly today it occurred to me that it was a pretty good idea that might one day — when I'm tired and it's dark outside and all and not paying a whole lot of attention as I pull up to the side of my house, with its low brick wall at the end of my driveway atop a steep hillside — I might just stop in time to avoid crashing through.
Considering the price of expert masonry repair, $19.95 doesn't seem all that steep.
I might just pull the trigger on this puppy.
From the website:
It's not just teenagers who bump into the oil tank!
Freestanding "traffic cop" flashes its light at the lightest touch of the bumper — saves lots of bikes, scooters, and storm windows, too.
Flexible fiberglass pole inserts into the weighted plastic floor stand.
September 6, 2013 at 08:01 AM | Permalink
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No, Joe! Just use a piece of wood. I like a 4x4. That's it. Nothing special. Nothing to hang, nothing unsightly.
Posted by: Amy R | Sep 6, 2013 9:38:08 PM
A drilled-through superball, suspended by a string from the rafters to just touch my windshield, is much less expensive and does not compromise floor space for when the garage is empty and I'm shifting things around.
Posted by: John Englert | Sep 6, 2013 11:39:31 AM
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