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    Little job , Larry

    See larry I do a small job ounce in a while. The addition is only 12 x 18. Did reside the house and the garage. Of Corse I'm doing every aspect of this from the framing, shingling, elec, sheetrock, texturing walls and ceiling. Painting, trim, Hardwood floors. Well you get the idea, everything. OBTW I did get the rock hung and first coat of mud on today.Click image for larger version. 

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    Steve
    By the way this house was built in 1928.
    Last edited by Stephen Bellinger; 06-04-2014 at 12:21 AM.

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    I'm all tuckered out just thinking about it. Great job!
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    Yea I'm sore also this am. O well i'll work it out some how. LOL
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    hey on the left corner the siding doesnt match well on the 6th and 7th course also the ceiling framong and wall studs are to straight according to what i saw when i was down there and you showed me the way things are done in tennesee looks great steve those jobs that you do all of or are in control off all of it turn out well!! or the worker is gone..
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    I couldn't do such a little job, my eyesight is getting worse everyday.

    Jokes apart, that is a BIG! job, and well executed as well. Congratulations!
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    Little job , Larry

    Beautiful home. Looking forward to future updates.
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    Sure doesn't look like a 1928 style, looks good, nice work.
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    Sounds like a pretty productive first day.
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    Lookin' good, Steve!
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    Larry your right when I have the say, it's gonna be right or there gonna be gone. Tony this is a small job compared to what I've doing the last number of years. Darren If you were to see under the house you would believe it. The main support beams are all hand hued logs. They also had a mason come in and re do a lot of the mortar. It was in such bad shape you could rake it out of the joints with your fingers. Now Vaughn you saying I'm to old to do all this in one day. Well ya your probably right as much as I hate to admit it.
    Rennie I'll try to remember to bring my camera. Bill thanks.

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