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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote allisbred Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Aug 2020 at 8:35pm
Chris, Your project is really going to be nice! And you must do a terrific job of picking up screws as well!
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Allisbred,
 Thanks!
 Is that because I am parking in there?:) I try to keep the job site cleaned up best I can. Something the work crew leaves me with after each event.
Off to get some rebar for the hole where the jib crane is going. If things work good I may have the hole, cement base, and rebar in place then post set,  to pour the concrete base by next Sat**day.
Have to find the 36 inch auger.

I love this ** thing! Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy!:)
Regards,
 Chris


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It's looking just great Chris.  Still not big enough, but then you already knew that.  Yep, Shameless is correct, you GOTTA have a beer fridge in there.  You'll be spending a LOT of time in there when it gets done and you'll be enjoying it!  Good luck finishing it it this heat.
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When I put up my gaarage & Shop building I had a gin pole that fit the loader bucket and set the trust
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Folks,
Trusses arrived as expected this morning:

8600 lbs of wood dumped in the driveway.



The end ones are in the middle of the stack. Need to get those out to do the sheeting and fly rafters.

I did get the north wall covered with OSB and the man door cut out. We had rain pass through twice.

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 Chris

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looks like the CREW is ready to go !!
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I'd like to know how long before you can park in the center bay of the garage ! Looks kinda 'full'.......
nice to see progress
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Looks st**dy...Wink
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Jay, Folks,
 If you mean the center bay of the sugarhouse, filled with red oak? Well it isnt used for a garage just a wood shed. Only 10 foot deep. But that building is designed to allow the wall to be removed and the depth would be 26 feet. 

Yes the GG boys are good helpers. Cooper was bringing me nails to put up the sheeting.

Dave, 
 I tend to over build about everything.
Regards,
 Chris
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Folks,
 Nice to have good neighbors that help and have equipment. We separated the truss pile, moving the 17 scissors trusses off,  and have the gable end trusses, out where I can work on them in the next day or so.
Sheeting, the overhangs, and one window can be framed in on these gable ends while on the ground. 
Regards,
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A st**dy Sat**day? :)

I may be a little slow but I just now figured out why the forum is autodetecting those words!

Shop is coming along nicely!
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OK, I give up, Why does the forum auto-detect those words?
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Originally posted by JohnColo JohnColo wrote:

OK, I give up, Why does the forum auto-detect those words?

Long and short of it is, is a certain word, that is commonly used to describe members of a certain political party that starts with a d, was in fact used commonly to describe the party in question.  One of the party members complained and complained, and we finally got this st**dy new system.  Can I identify this member?  I have a pretty good idea, but don't want to bring politics up here.  What happens in the basement stays in the basement, mostly...Wink
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Folks,
The carnage after last nights moves in the dark. Looks like a tornado went through!:)

End truss's where we can sheet it now.


A little hard to see here but the loft trusses are on the bottom. 7'2" head room. 2 x 10 bottom cord x 16 foot long.

Rain should let up in a couple hours and I can start some work on these.
Regards,
 Chris




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