This was as close as we could get the sand. It's just been one of them jobs since we started, seems like nothing's gone right. And the weatherman's talking like this will probably be the last day that I'll get work in awhile.
wow, good luck. Looking at that picture I'm reminded of the mud back in New Jersey. Trying to push a mixer through the mud, picking up your hose which is coated with mud. etc. It was maybe the thing I liked leaving behind the most when I joined the union where I worked till 2005 I got up on the scaffold and out of the mud
Certainly nothing fancy here.....but I'm so happy to finally finish! It would be 23 degrees on one day, then 55 degrees and raining three days! The other day we worked on this basement, it got up to the high 40's and then snowed that night!
There isn't anything fancy about this job either. Started this one Friday. Had to tear the old chimney on the left down and will be rebuilding it tomorrow......At least I'm not in a mud hole! :laughing:
This old house has been turned into an office bldg, and it's located on N Main st in town. There's a lot of people watching us, we're using safety harnesses, too. Of coarse that isn't a bad idea though.
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