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Old 11-10-2017, 09:28 PM   #21
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Preparing the schedule for winter work and bossman has got the itch to start some more garage work

Another garage that's well over 100 years old is coming down to make room for another.

Looks like another early version of a modern pole barn...we'll be ripping it down, expanding the footprint and constructing with CMU's.

No real set schedule here...great filler job!
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Taking it down with an excavator?
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Taking it down with an excavator?
Probably pull it down with the new loader
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New loader made quick work of ripping this old garage down to make room for some new units...Now if we can just get the new ones up before the building inspector notices, we'll be in good shape
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Same old story year after year, bossman gets the itch to clean up the old place and rounds up the troops to get'r done.

It seems we all have the ambition late in the season to offer a helping hand, then winter sets in and we all get lazy.

No matter, Spring has sprung finally so we're chipping in once again to give back to a fella who gives us a lot throughout the year...good prices, good food and good camaraderie.

What are good friends for anyway
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So the old garage was a bit obtuse...the new one we squared off to gain more space = more rent...One of the trucks came in with some extra pump mix so we banged out an apron and small set of steps while there.

Art was working on re-installing the old garage door since it's not in bad shape and Nick, Louie and myself placed the mud.

Bossman wants all the different colors of stucco he carries at the yard to be on display on the walls so we cut up panels and will grant his wish.

No matter, after he sees it looking rather ridiculous, he'll probably say paint it all grey
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