I decided that I would finish the second Shaker hanging cabinet, so the wood wouldn't be wasted.
Asger has started a collection of sawdust, so he wanted to make his own sawdust to put in a small box. He really enjoyed sawing small pieces of some pine. We had put a page from a newspaper below the board, so all the sawdust could be retrieved.
Gustav had been reading our favourite toy catalogue: The "Mini Grene catalogue" 174 pages packed with agricultural toys. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/49af2863#/49af2863/1
He had read it thoroughly and found that you could buy a silage space. But he reasoned that it would be fun and realistic to build one by himself.
I told him to find a tractor and a wagon and make a sketch to assess if the size was appropriate before we would start cutting some wood for the project. After a little time this was accomplished, and we could start the actual build.
Gustav making a silage space
The finished silage space
Asger practising sawing