Nice job on the closet. Pump’s are life essential to me at least If I want water and the ability to flush the toilet without flooring the basement after 100 or so gallons.
You really need some more plaid shirts!It looked like some of your pictures out side today but felt like winter still at 30 degrees and breezy. I’ve had this closet project in mind for a while. Fortunately I get to go to work tomorrow. They consider pump rental for sewer and fresh water emergencies essential. View attachment 731347 View attachment 731348 View attachment 731349
I just finished reading a long article on former mob boss Paul Castellano. I’ve always been fascinated by the mafia for some reason. But when I finished it, I thought how I don’t do much reading on my iPad, more just “looking”. It was nice to exercise my brain!My Kindle Paperwhite is getting a workout!
Love the timber framed roof over the deck..... Been wanting to do the same to our deck for a while now......
Thanks, the old deck was literally falling down. It was really expensive to have the new one built. My wife and I installed all the trex and hand railing to save a little. The tongue and groove 2x6 ceiling turned out well. Then we put cedar shakes on the gable.Love the timber framed roof over the deck..... Been wanting to do the same to our deck for a while now......
How did you "sneak" out to the store??? We're on mandatory lock down. I've been tempted to run to the local steel supplier for some more "supplies" but didn't want to upset the wife.Well the hardware store is open so I can get supplies. I got time before I get my pigs. I decided to replace some older/broken electrical switches and boxes that have been in place 30+ years before I got into this barn. I replaced some ratty fixtures as well. The image shows one of the old boxes which were packed full of chaff and dust. The new one is mounted behind it. I love having new lights, switches, and fixtures.
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That is certainly an appealing scene!