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    Quote Originally Posted by BurbanMan View Post
    Very nice setup steve! Come do mine next lol
    You got it. I'll charge you my day rate plus travel and meals.

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  2. #22


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    You got it. I'll charge you my day rate plus travel and meals.
    ahh. I thought it was a free trial service! Lol

  3. #23


    I'm actualy very pleased at how the Rev A Shelf system turned out. Granted, they are not cheap at all, more loved one cookware system, 1 flat bottom system, a tilted forward false front sink panel system, and the closet maid hanging door shelf system, was a little bit over 3 bills. Just one of those things, I think it's going to let us be a lot more organized and in the long run will keep usmore efficient so we can do more with the same amount of time.

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    I did another couple of things this weekend.

    I found a guy who buys/sells used office furniture and I got a sweet mis-matched, but still good looking office hutch that stands about 7-feel tall. Then there's a large one-piece red mahogany shelf that I also found. Thing probably weight about 150 lbs so I'm somewhat crazy for buying it, but I will attach it to my wall and let it hang. I was concerned about the structure of the wall, but after doing some reading I determined that this will have the weight spread over 5 studs and each stud will have two connectors, so that's 10-points of contact.

    Anyhow, I also hooked up a new closetmaid organizer by the back doors in the laundry room, that's helping to keep a bunch of stuff out of the reach of the kids as well.

    All these little organization projects are going to leave me without excuse for being messy.

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    Really like the way that bookcase turned out.

  6. #26


    The shelf (not put up yet) and the bookcase set me back only $130.

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    This is a project from a couple weekends ago, which started several weekends ago. I built a table for my chop saw:

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    The saw's previously been sitting on the floor of the shop, which is practical in that it's easy to support long boards, but also means I have to crouch to use it and to move it around is a pain due to its size. So, I built the stand. But, I originally built it just deep enough for the saw's table, making it incredibly tippy. So, I doubled the depth, and that's what I have now. I still need to figure out how I'll support long boards, but that shouldn't be too hard.

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    Weekend project was to mow the field and fill the trenches dug for a water line. Got the field mowed and almost done with the trenches.
    Excuse the rust..I USE my truck.

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