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Old 04-28-2011, 12:49 PM   #811
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We're sending our PC to it's new home at the landfill this weekend. New IMac to follow.
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Old 04-28-2011, 01:03 PM   #812
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Just waiting for them to call to schedule the delivery.



Then on to installing it in between U2 shows this summer.
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:52 AM   #813
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just bought myself a new phone cover, it's soooo pretty! it looked a bit different in person than it did online but it's just as well because it's even greener.
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Old 04-29-2011, 01:31 PM   #814
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Old 04-29-2011, 01:41 PM   #815
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Last night's trip to Lowe's: 3 gallons of paint (3 colors), 2 quarts (2 colors), new brush, 6 rollers, 4 trays, 2 rolls of tape, 1 can of spray paint (for a ceiling fan that is functional but hideous), 6 sheets of glass mosaic tile, grout, adhesive, grout sealer, grout sponge, grout spreader thingy, adhesive spreader thingy, 6 sets of new cabinet hardware, 400 sandpaper. This weekend we will be painting 3 bedrooms, ceiling fan, and updating an old buffet with paint, hardware, and tile on the top.
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:32 PM   #816
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Last night's trip to Lowe's: 3 gallons of paint (3 colors), 2 quarts (2 colors), new brush, 6 rollers, 4 trays, 2 rolls of tape, 1 can of spray paint (for a ceiling fan that is functional but hideous), 6 sheets of glass mosaic tile, grout, adhesive, grout sealer, grout sponge, grout spreader thingy, adhesive spreader thingy, 6 sets of new cabinet hardware, 400 sandpaper. This weekend we will be painting 3 bedrooms, ceiling fan, and updating an old buffet with paint, hardware, and tile on the top.
Ugh. I'll take my fence project.
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Old 04-29-2011, 04:09 PM   #817
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Did a fence project last weekend! (and when we moved in)
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Old 04-29-2011, 04:20 PM   #818
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Just waiting for them to call to schedule the delivery.



Then on to installing it in between U2 shows this summer.
I've built and installed a lot of fencing and gates. I am only going with composite materials. Here is CA we get a lot of termites and dry rot.

I do use some pressure treated wood for posts, but prefer metal poles in cement. I have to modify how I suspend the fencing on the poles, though.
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Old 04-29-2011, 05:04 PM   #819
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I've built and installed a lot of fencing and gates. I am only going with composite materials. Here is CA we get a lot of termites and dry rot.

I do use some pressure treated wood for posts, but prefer metal poles in cement. I have to modify how I suspend the fencing on the poles, though.
Moisture is our big issue. Even cedar and redwood only last about ten years before they start to rot here.

I'm going with galvanized poles in 4-ft of concrete (below frost line) and then dropping the composite sheaths over the poles with green-treated shims inside (maybe composite shims, depending on how strong they seem and how many scraps I might have).

It's going to be a lot of work, but the thing will last for 30+ years.
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I know you have snow. I've been in my beach du-plex for 23 years now and have replaced wood stairs, gates and fences more than once. Once I switched over to composites I have not had to replace any. Your plan sounds perfect.
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:47 PM   #821
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Thanks.

It's the snow and our soil. My neighborhood was some of the original Minneapolis farm fields, so our soil is fantastic for holding moisture.
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Old 04-30-2011, 09:07 PM   #822
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Today I "purchased" (paid a hefty fee for) an application to The Art Institute of Las Vegas for my daughter.

I can't believe she was only nine years old when I joined Interference.

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I always said I'd never get an e-reader, but I gave in and got it (and a case) with some birthday money recently. It will be great for when I travel, as I always like to bring tons of books with me. Hooray for more room in my suitcase for clothes and shoes!
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What an awesome day of shopping at the local discount warehouse.
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