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Paul

Where I've been.

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Well I have not been out with my glass too much latley due to a little house remodel project. I have been trying to sell my house and in this tight market one of the many comments we heard negative was that the basement wasn't finished, so when my contract ran out with our agent, we removed it from the market and decided to add another bedroom/family room to an area with an egress window. Got my finall coat of mud on the rock last night and should be applying texture tonight. It has been 10 years since I have been a carpenter and it was amazing how rusty I was. I also realize how much I hate sheet rock. I guess there is something to be said about panelling even though it is 3x more expensive than rock, but one and done, instead of many many coats and sanding etc

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right about there I would say, lets texture it!

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textured it last night at about 11pm. Wife was priming it tonight. By sunday I should have doors hung, electical installed, trimed out and carpeted.

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Hey, I think we've all been "there"! Got a of projects left yet this summer where I'll be out of circulation for a while!

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