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  1. Jester369

    Another Keezer Build

    Happy to send you the files - PM me your email address and I will get em to ya.
  2. Jester369

    Another Keezer Build

    PM sent :)
  3. Jester369

    The 'Keezer' Project

    Well, I'm sure glad you corrected me on that - what was I thinking, naming my own beer dispenser without consulting you? :D
  4. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Threw the roof up for the front door - still have to shingle it, then pull the temp supports.
  5. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Good weekend Underlayment installed I didn't need ice guard, but I had some left over from the main roof and figured I'd use it up. Finished the rest with just 30# felt. What do you do when you need to install a 15' long piece of really flexible trim board but are working alone? You...
  6. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Not quite ready to start brewing on premises, but at least I'm moving in my gear
  7. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Rained all weekend, but managed to at least get the last of the sheathing up
  8. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Snuck in a couple hours of work last night to finish up the overhang framing. Now just more sheathing, then roofing.
  9. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    I wish! :D
  10. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Goofed off for the holiday weekend, but got a little more done prior to shenanigans. Got half of the overhang framed.
  11. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Exactly! :D
  12. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Weekend efforts.... Got all but the last two rafters up. A few of the boards that were delivered promptly twisted so badly that they are unusable, and my truck is currently out of commission so I have to wait before finishing up the rafters and overhang. (just noticed that in the photo...
  13. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Worked until I completely ran out of daylight
  14. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    First roof ledger screwed to the house, awaiting concrete anchors to be installed In the course of drilling for the anchors, I managed to melt down my hammer drill. I ended up renting a biggun' from the Depot to finish the job - should have done that from the start. So much easier! Here...
  15. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    A bit more progress Flashed the ledger Decked Roof plans at the ready
  16. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Phew! Good thing I'm not a carpenter - I'd be pissed if I never finished this place :D
  17. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Is code really a hard 48? Not "48 or bedrock, whichever you hit first"? The whole point of 48 is frost depth, and frost obviously can't get under bedrock. And yes, MUCH faster once the piers are in :D
  18. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Saturday and Sunday weren't quite so nice weather wise, but it had to get done. What's a little rain, anyway? Built the beams first Framed the perimeter, with temp supports Brought everything to, well, not level - it's slightly pitched away from the house - but flat and to the...
  19. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    A nice sunny Friday to start the screened porch project Piers, ready for something to support Didn't have a lot of time available that day, so I only got as far as mounting the ledger to the house. Had to drill 7 anchors into the concrete - always a fun proposition.
  20. Jester369

    Still alive - just tackling a HUGE DIY

    Lumber delivery tomorrow for the screen porch. Pretty excited to be doing some big stuff again!
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