Started by Redoverfarm, January 16, 2013, 05:45:33 PM
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Quote from: pocono_couple on February 18, 2016, 07:22:56 PMHi John, it has been a while since i last visited the site.. looks like you are making some progress.. good that you have so much patience! drywall is tough enough when one has a partner, but 3 times as challenging doing it alone.. we still have fond memories of our visit with you.. think about that trip every time i use the cutting board that we bought in town! lots has changed since then. i am no longer teaching.. we opted out of the "mainstream" and took jobs at a campground in Maine last summer.. totally loved it.. will be headed back in May.. in the meantime, we are still working on our house here in bear creek, and working at a local amazon warehouse.. quite the experience .. planning a new construction project in Maine as soon as we can afford it.. good luck with finishing the apartment! jt
Quote from: Don_P on February 23, 2016, 10:37:33 PMTough weather to haul drywall in. I was doing porch ceiling framing today and stepped out and did a little soffit blocking on the overhang between rains, but we've been in and out of it. I need gravel but if I call now I'll need several truckloads just to get him in.What did it turn out to be at the motor shop? Is this the old bullet shaped motor, if so it can work circles around a modern motor of the same rating. There is one in the old barn where I'm working that is down for now. The "starting necklace" is out of it. If it sounds similar and you have good luck, I want the name of the shop
Quote from: azgreg on March 04, 2016, 03:07:06 PMDrywalling that stairwell doesn't look like the least bit fun.
Quote from: dablack on August 23, 2016, 07:36:25 AMWe need pictures. Crazy about the bubbles. I've never seen that. Then again, I hate drywall so much, I mostly do shiplap.
Quote from: pocono_couple on September 28, 2016, 02:53:01 PMhi john, hope you guys have had a wonderful summer.. i found this post about the metal reinforced tape rather interesting.. i tried the same thing on the angled portion between the walls and the ceiling on the second floor of our house in the poconos.. same result as yours.. it was rather disappointing.. one of the jobs on my to-do list when we return to PA next month will be to rip that all out and replace it... jt