Monday, July 25, 2005

We have officially started on the Boy's Dorm Project, converting the garage at our future house into a (see title of project) This involves removing the concrete floor that currently exists. After about two and a half hours of hard work today, we have about ten percent finished. Not to imply that banging large truck axles and sledge hammers into cement is easy, but we are making progress. If anyone is getting tired of doing nothing, or just clicking away at the computer all day, we will welcome you here.


  • At 6:55 PM , Anonymous Bushman said...

    I remember preparing my Grandparents house for the hurricanes last year. They live on the coast of Florida.

    I used a 60+ year-old electric drill to make holes in their cement garage to help srew the door to the floor. The drill worked great, except that it got very hot. But I was already burning up in the closed garage.

    That was kind of random, but your post just reminded me of that.

    Why are you taking out the cement, and not just putting something over it?

  • At 7:13 PM , Blogger SkyStrider said...

    1. Because we need to put plumbing under the floor and

    2. County Building Code requires a certain crawlspace height.


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