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.
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.