This is a photograph of the Garage Eagle in a wheelbarrow.
The Garage Eagle was in the old double garage when we bought the house, mounted on the inside wall above the entry door*. He spent most of the late summer and fall in the storage unit with the rest of the stuff that normally lives in the garage, and in due time will return to his usual place in the new double garage. For now, he is in the wheelbarrow along with a sandbag.
(This photograph will no doubt make a reappearance for all patriotic holidays. But since there are no patriotic holidays in December, consider it my favorite of some garage update shots I took yesterday.)
*”Entry door” is apparently the correct term for the ordinary door-sized door that people use to get into a garage, as opposed to the “overhead door”, which is the large door that rolls up to let the cars in. For my entire life I thought this door was referred to as the “passenger door”, but the contractors building the new double garage corrected me right quick. They can build an entire garage from a pile of boards, nails, and stuff in boxes sitting in the driveway, so I assume they know what they are talking about when it comes to identifying garage components.