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Finished installing my first laminate floor last night.

Number one lesson learned, always use a self leveler on the floor. I was ready to give up thinking I suck at this. Decided to use leveler on the entire floor. I had already used it where I "thought" it was needed. After that the floor went together great.

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I'm in the process of terracing my front hillside and have to wait out the snow which is on its third day.
I'm working on a second level terrace and as soon as the snow goes away, I need order a yard of river rock and rent a skidsteer to move it. I also am hiring two guys to rake the rock into place while I move it with the skidsteer.
Then, we will level the third level of terrace with fill dirt and finish off the lower level with more rock.
I also have several other projects that have to be done around my house this year including wiping out the final scrub oak stumps.
I'm definitely looking forward to good days during what's left of Winter, and then Spring.
Just ate a huge bowl of ice cream. Trying to find the will to get up and go nail the trim back on in the room I just did the floor in.
Had dinner with a friend of over 20 years, did a transfer of a .22 rifle to him for teaching his kids to shoot at a store I hadn't been to (had nice toys, just don't need anything right now but nice folks), came home and pet the dog, ready for Super Bowl.
(02-02-2014, 01:37 AM)DenverPilot Wrote: [ -> ]Had dinner with a friend of over 20 years, did a transfer of a .22 rifle to him for teaching his kids to shoot at a store I hadn't been to (had nice toys, just don't need anything right now but nice folks), came home and pet the dog, ready for Super Bowl.

What store did you do the transfer at and what did they charge?
GO BRONCOS!!!



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Damn it !!!!!!!!

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(02-02-2014, 11:08 AM)Beau Wrote: [ -> ]What store did you do the transfer at and what did they charge?

Westminster. And I think they charged him $30? Wasn't paying a lot of attention.
If my understanding is correct, it's technically illegal to charge more than ten bucks. Which of course doesn't cover the cost to the FFL of doing it, which was more than likely the point of the rule. (And I am "more than likely" bucking for the "understatement of the year" award.)
This sucks!

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I might actually get to work for a few hours today. I haven't worked a single day this week due to temps being to low. I'm going in to help a guy shuttle some parts around and hoping they will pay me.

Primed 100 cases for hot glue bullets. Gonna cast a bunch of them today. Gotta start getting some practice done before I shoot a match next month.
Attempting to make a walnut stock for my stevens double barrel, found a couple of blocks of walnut on CR List last week.
(02-07-2014, 09:00 AM)bufordtjustice Wrote: [ -> ]Attempting to make a walnut stock for my stevens double barrel, found a couple of blocks of walnut on CR List last week.

Wow. Good luck with that. I don't think I would have the patience even if I had the skillz.

Youbshould start a thread and post pics of your progress.

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One of those days. . . . . Nothing a little Evan Williams can't fix.
Getting ready to start planting seeds to put in the greenhouse. Also gonna be building boxes for the garden. Hoping to do about 128 new square feet of gardening this year. I got a lot of work to do before the thaw.
(02-10-2014, 11:46 PM)Michael Wrote: [ -> ]Getting ready to start planting seeds to put in the greenhouse. Also gonna be building boxes for the garden. Hoping to do about 128 new square feet of gardening this year. I got a lot of work to do before the thaw.

I am no longer someplace where I can do a decent sized garden. Thinking about trying to do a couple raised boxes on the 12'X10' plot I have available.
(02-11-2014, 05:16 PM)Beau Wrote: [ -> ]I am no longer someplace where I can do a decent sized garden. Thinking about trying to do a couple raised boxes on the 12'X10' plot I have available.

I'm going to try and build a couple of these this year:

http://www.earthtainer.org/

I have a friend who's getting an incredible yield from just a few boxes. He has an automatic watering setup and all he does is plant, then harvest (maybe a slight, but only very slight exaggeration).

O2
(02-11-2014, 06:46 PM)O2HeN2 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm going to try and build a couple of these this year:

http://www.earthtainer.org/

I have a friend who's getting an incredible yield from just a few boxes. He has an automatic watering setup and all he does is plant, then harvest (maybe a slight, but only very slight exaggeration).

O2

How does he do his starters?
Sure has been quiet around here.

Went up the hill today. Great day snowboarding. Weather permitting I hope to ride the motorcycle tomorrow afternoon.
Been spending the last two weeks cleaning up an IT near-disaster, not of my own creation. Also playing with a couple of digital radios, and watching the neighbor and his partner (he's a contractor) do a much better job putting in a new tile floor than I would have.
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