I added storage space to my old garage by putting in an attic. It was much bigger of a job than I thought it would be.
I might have been a good candidate for the Darwin Awards, but thankfully didn’t bite it.
I ran into an interesting trigonometry problem a few weeks ago, when I was working on the cable pole installation. The problem was simple enough: extend the pole such that the trash trucks wouldn’t snag it, thus ripping it down. But the real question was: how tall must I extend it to get adequate clearance? Indeed.
The garage of our new house was broken into long before we bought it. Someone had kicked in the side entrance door. So I reinforced the doorjamb with a piece of steel angle iron, making my own door latch / deadbolt combo strike plate. Here are some pics…
Sarah and I decided our first big house project would be a kitchen remodel. The old cabinets were very distinctive, but not that practical. And Sarah loves cooking, so we needed an updated more convenient kitchen.
It’s that time of year again. The weather is changing. The leaves are falling. We’ve already gotten our first light snow fall. All of those elemental goings-on spell holiday buzz: Festivus!
Sarah and I are both list people.
In lieau of a couch (which I’ve sold now, hurray!) I finally put together all the parts of my theater seats.
Like giving birth, the pain is now behind us.
Last time, I talked about the conceptual design of the shed. Well, today Mark and I completed phase 2 of the shed project: the foundation.