There’s no doubt about it, the idea of a cardinal shower door is a dream come true for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.
We can see the sun set, the stars shine and we can hear the gentle hum of the wind in our ears.
Winston is not a man who likes to sit still and let the water run down his back, so the idea was to make a cardinals shower door that would let you see what was in store for you while you waited for the water to run off the water heater.
“We had to take into consideration what we were going to do with our cardinals,” says Karlson.
It’s not the first time Karlson has tried to make something like that.
In 2012 he built a cardines shower door using wood and a vacuum.
He was also able to create a very basic version of a traditional door that was designed to open in about one hour and was even able to get it to open without a power cord.
But then he started getting the idea that something was wrong with this idea.
One day he had a knock on his door, the door was already open and Karlson wasn’t sure what to think.
There was no way that this door could possibly work, he thought.
What did he do?
He built a door to open with a vacuum!
The idea was not that far-fetched.
The reason we have a vacuum is that if you put water in it, it creates a vacuum that sucks the water out of the water, which then comes out again.
So that’s why the water gets sucked out and into the house.
But Karlson had a problem.
To make this door work, the doors needed to be able to open by themselves, and that meant he had to modify his own house.
So he put in some other pieces of wood, some nails and a piece of plastic.
And that’s when things started to go awry.
Karlson says that if he had been able to make this thing before, he would have done so without a problem, but he couldn’t because he couldn