It's finally done!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Badfish740, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. Badfish740

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    Thanks-now if only I could replace my Englander with a gasifier I'd really be in business ;) The furnace does the job but I would looooooooove to have hydronic heat. Unfortunately I don't think my plumbing skills are as good as my carpentry skills...

    Hehe...yep, those "honey-do" projects... She was patient with me through the whole process but really wants those cabinet doors, so I'll be updating this thread sometime soon!
     
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    Looks great. Like putting an addition on the house.
     
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    Nice work.....can't let my Wife see this, I've got enough to do already
     
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    Nice, I was going to complement you on the sheetrock/spackle job, then I read the post.
     
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    If she does see it, make sure that she sees the "three long years" part! That might take some heat off of you.
     
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    This made me smile FBF as when we started our reno on our house, I told my wife that it'd be a couple years........that was 8 friggin years ago and we still ain't done yet!!_g
     
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    We bought out house in August 2003 and there are still unfinished projects from the week we moved in. I think that's just part if the magic of homeownership. It is a lifetime project. Just be sure to keep a roof over your head, a woodstove, and a workable kitchen and bath at all times.
     
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    Okay guys, let's play a game. Who can find the "red solo cup". That song is now stuck in my head.

    Great job on the basement. I was scrolling down and I saw it took you three years. I saw the before and then the next picture and thought, wow, that took you three years? and then I kept scrolling. Basements are cool. Not common in the northwest though.
     
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    I can
     
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    Sweeeeeeeeeeet!
     
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