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finished up everything and put together a pile that I’ll go through on next days off, which at that time I’ll go through my boxes and get rid of any clutter

burned the old table and blew off the driveway and front porch again and moved the lawnmower behind those double doors on a sloped slab and slapped an Amazon lawnmower cover on it 👌🏻




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Cut the water off to the Rain Bird system since there’s a leak in one of the valves causing a 5 square foot soggy area in the yard

threw an alarm off in the panel as well sooooo it’s on the list 🤷🏼‍♂️

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The troubled valve should be just like
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The thought of irrigating a yard to keep it alive seems so foreign lol. I welcome the drought to keep from having to mow, but then again, my yard takes 3.5 hours to mow.
 
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Garage Love PT.2

finished up everything and put together a pile that I’ll go through on next days off, which at that time I’ll go through my boxes and get rid of any clutter

burned the old table and blew off the driveway and front porch again and moved the lawnmower behind those double doors on a sloped slab and slapped an Amazon lawnmower cover on it 👌🏻




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Shops looking good. Nice job on the benches
 

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Mowing, weed eating, canning veggies, clearing brush and trees from roads, etc.
 

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Went to the cabinet shop this weekend to mill from rough sawn oak into 3/4x4” base then stain and lacquer it all





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Put a coat of griots ceramic on the boat. Shines pretty good for being 14 years old. Foreman approved, @lutzjk913
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I actually didn't prep it as properly as I probably should've. All i really did was pressure wash it to remove most of the grit. Then I hand washed it with the 2 bucket method and micro fiber towels to ensure there was none left.

Then just 2 micro fibers, applying the ceramic on about 1 square foot at a time.
 

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Picked beans, peppers tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, dug potatoes and mowed and weedeated.
 
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Not my normal project list LOL! Would go broke with the prices these days. Trying to finish up an ongoing update of our house. Seems to be never ending but we do enjoy the projects.


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Had 8 trees dropped and the Mrs and I had a huge fire to dispose of i yesterday Need to finish cutting up the large diameters for fire wood. Will get 2 of the 4 gates installed today. Painting the steel now where I welded it.

Need to go back to work to rest LOL! Will be a busy week playing catch up after moving all my jobs so I could work on my stuff.


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Gates up. What a PITA! Need to do some final finish trim boards. Re purposing fence into a gate, nothing true, plumb or square. Would have bought all new lumber but not at these prices. Plus fence was installed when we bought the house so pretty new.




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