This past weekend, I had the pleasure and opportunity to work with my two boys on my older son's Eagle Scout project. One of my older son's friends agreed to join the fun and also manned the two-man auger for a few hours. His project includes the last section of fencing for our church's Steward's Garden that serves our church members and the entire Franklin community. This project is unique as that it requires a curved fence that matches the curvature of the access road. It has been hard at times to keep my mouth shut and to let him manage this entire process and the logistics with very minimal coaching and advice from dear ol' Dad. It has taken him over a year to finally get to this point as the "smell of gas and perfume" has been a challenging distraction. In a couple of weekends, I hope he will have assembled a small army of his friends and maybe a couple more Dads to install all the horizontal sections of fencing. Our church property is adjacent to the Harpeth River in Franklin, TN so the river is a big part of life in this community. If you look closely in one of the aerial photos, you can see the deck, kayak/canoe launch, pagoda-ish/swing assembly and fire pit, and other elements for our local and church community to use. I think all of these different installations have been different Eagle Scout projects, which makes this process even more special. Thanks for letting me share. If you have a son on the Eagle Scout path, please kick him in the tail and have him earn this ASAP.