Thanks for the support guys!
Those of you who live near me I will for sure be taking up your offers of help
If you have carpentry, electrical or plumbing skills especially.
Some advice now would be helpful, the furnace runs off propane so I want to run a line off it to my brewstand. That way I wouldn't need to keep filling up bbq tanks. So if anyone could explain the fittings I would need to do this that would be great.
I also have to figure out a hood anb exhaust system for over the rig. I have a friend who has a welder I am thinking welding a frame up out of angle iron the skinning it with sheet metal might be the most cost effective way to have a hood?
Had my first set back, nothing terrible, the electric motor I bought to make my grain mill that had a reduction gearbox and control box came yesterday. I bought it on ebay before really doing my research seemed like a great deal. Well the reduction gear on it is reducing it too much. Like 20 rpm. So I gotta pull off the reduction box and figure out either another reduction gear or a pulley/belt system to get the 1725 rpm motor down in the 200 - 300rpm range
Heading down today to paint and try to move some of the crap around in preparation for the big move the last week of this month.