Graphic273 Day 28 – July 7 – 9 Paul D visits

Days end – days begin. The turtle looks on.

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Wolf Run end.

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Funnel action.

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This is the Wolf Run end. One of the goals for the weekend is to finish closing it in and trimming the end sheathing to the roof line.

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Peter is ready for action.

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Sheathing goes on.

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House side is almost trimmed flush.

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Peter swings a hammer. Did Flynnie hide the nail gun?

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Someone inside must have asked Pete about the nail gun.

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Some support pieces go up on the yard end.

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Peter and Paul discuss some fine point on the Run end.

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The gun has been found.

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Getting close to a closed-up and trimmed Run end.

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Pass up some sheathing.

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A little trimming.

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And there we have it.

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Let's call it a day.

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Time to start already?

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Sub-fascia boards are on the menu. Dust masks required for the pressure treated wood.

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Paul does some prep work.

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A broken cordless drill gets surgery.

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Congratulations - no extra parts.

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Pressure treated goes to eave. The weight makes them a little hard to work with.

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End piece.

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Run end.

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Doing some sample layouts of trim pieces.

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Carefully measured glue (a glob) holds things together.

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Step 2.

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Step 3 – clamp and watch it set.

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Slip it in place when it's dry.

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And the weekend comes to a close.

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Peter handles the radio and Paul has his weekend kit.

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And Paul heads home.

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7/16 – only workable day this weekend.

Radio tuned, compressor compressing.

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Peter having some wet fun in the Funnel.

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A little alignment.

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The plan for the yard end.

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Only the finest feather-weight materials are used on second floor end-wall structure.

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Yard end wall in place.

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The short weekend comes to an end.

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Nancy tries to convince us she called time today.

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Bella is still relaxing.

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Yard end is almost ready for close-up. Some studs to the truss peaks is still needed.

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And Nick rests.

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New garage means new places for spiders.

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Weekend of 7/22 – A rainy weekend.

With one end closed-up and the other almost closed-up it's time to break out the lights.

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Chopping lumber to complete the top of the yard end wall.

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Another effect of the close-up – the music has to be moved to the Funnel.

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The crips are going in above the window headers.

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Got to keep the Funnel tidy.

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Peter nails a stud.

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Ready to complete sheathing. A job for a dry weekend.

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