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Old 05-06-2014, 06:35 PM
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The roof looks really good! But,.............. take this from someone who hales as being from carpenter stock. If you add one more row, which will have to be cut to fit, and then a ridgecap, It will look Great!

I linked this stolen pic as an example
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Old 05-06-2014, 08:02 PM
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The roof looks really good! But,.............. take this from someone who hales as being from carpenter stock. If you add one more row, which will have to be cut to fit, and then a ridgecap, It will look Great!

I linked this stolen pic as an example
Gulf, thanks. I am familiar with that finish, but that isn't what I'm doing on this roof.

You might have missed the granite ridge caps I had dry laid on the roof in previous pictures....an example is on post #351. The caps are going to rest on top of granite base plates, which have yet to be fabricated, and those that will run along the ridge. Before all that, I am running a strip of lead counter flashing the top, to cover the last nails on the final course.
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Gulf, thanks. I am familiar with that finish, but that isn't what I'm doing on this roof.

You might have missed the granite ridge caps I had dry laid on the roof in previous pictures....an example is on post #351. The caps are going to rest on top of granite base plates, which have yet to be fabricated, and those that will run along the ridge. Before all that, I am running a strip of lead counter flashing the top, to cover the last nails on the final course.
Okay,...... So, I'll just have to wait to see the final reveal like everyone else ...
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Whenever that is! Actually, I may be able to get a few of the base plates made up tomorrow night. I really want to wrap this up so I can get going on that counter top and cabinet.
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Stonecutter, finally had a little time to go though your build. Like everyone else has already said, outstanding workmanship. The part that really make me appreciate your build is how you have the foresight to vision how every item compliments the other. Great job!!!!
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Stonecutter, finally had a little time to go though your build. Like everyone else has already said, outstanding workmanship. The part that really make me appreciate your build is how you have the foresight to vision how every item compliments the other. Great job!!!!
Hey thanks! I pretty much just used what I had laying around, and it seemed to work out well enough.
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Garden is coming along great this year, in spite of the lack of rain. Russ, the tomato plants are looking very good, and I should get a nice batch of seed if you want some third gens. One pic at a time with the iPad...

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Same side of the garden as above, different angle. We've got many different kinds of pepper plants going too...

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Second section, more tomatoes and herbs...

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Wow, those SM are really doing well, you must have a green thumb.
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