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-Day 21-

• Phase II / Shop Restoration
(two work zones cleaned & organized)
• 8+ hours overtime
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Cold snowy day today, low 17°F / high 26°F
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The Shop in complete dissaray
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Zone 1 (Before)
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Zone 1 (After)
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Zone 2 (Before)
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Zone 2 (After)
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Making progress. There are many more phases to complete before the Shopatorium is fully restored.
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Late night snow
 
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Philip/Akhu, you are a real asset to the Boot program and Wheaton Laboratories in general.  I'm so glad you worked out how to repair the washing machine.  Everybody uses that!

You are doing the Great Spirit's work in that Shopatorium - you do you, bro.
 
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Philip,

Did you know there is a badge bit for cleaning a shop?
 
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paul wheaton wrote:Philip,

Did you know there is a badge bit for cleaning a shop?



I did not!  Thank you for the info Paul will post before after pictures when I clean the other zones.
Found it >>> https://permies.com/wiki/100002/PEP-BB-tool-sand-cleanshop
 
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-Day 22-

• Finished installing kitchen shelving for Jocelyn
• Cleaned up Shopatorium and utilized mezzanine storage.
• Begin measuring/planning/cutting wood pieces for new Library shelving
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Taking a moment to thank the Trees and the wood they provide so that we can survive the winter another day.
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Prepping Jocelyn's new kitchen cabinents for installation
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Success!
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Finished mezzanine
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Library succulents
 
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Is there any way to make page breaks mor frequently on picture heavy threads?  Even though they have increased my band width this thread times out before all the pictures are loaded.  I can get to them by clicking on the picture icon. and opening them in a new tab but it is a tedious process.
 
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I have the same problem, too, Hans. I know we've discussed making the forum software allow people to choose how many posts they see per page. That requires a developer, though, and ours are volunteers and rather busy (and I sure don't know how to mess with forum programming)!
 
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-Day 23-

• Begin work on shelving in Library
• Prepared multiple lumber pieces
• Extensive power tool usage today
• Used jig, miter, & table saw, + impact driver & drill
• carpentry skills improving
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Large amount of snowfall, lots of shovelling today. Good workout.
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Assembling shelves for Library
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Another one of my favorite power tools, the Dewalt table saw
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This article caught my eye in the Library. I hope to make my ancestors proud and follow in their footsteps. To live in harmony with Mother Earth not against.
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Not sure what type of bird this is but it drew my attention.
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Nettle Tea & Tacos (organic wheat tortillas, brown rice, pinto beans, jalapenos, bell peppers, roasted green beans & cauliflower, habanero sauce, vegan queso, and guacamole)
 
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This thread now has 10 posts per page instead of 40.  This is a brand new feature.   Please let us know if there are any problems.
 
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-Day 24-

• Finished two shelves
• Working on pantry shelves now
• Maximizing all avaliable storage space in the Library
• These type of projects usually get put on hold when the snow melts
and the Lab is easily accesibly, but winter presses on so facility improvements take precedent
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We can only be what we give ourselves the power to be. —Native American Proverb
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Just a lil snow fall this week ;)
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Library shelves complete
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Pantry shelves under construction
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You can't get too much winter in the winter —Robert Frost
 
Why should I lose weight? They make bigger overalls. And they sure don't make overalls for tiny ads:
PEP1 Certification workshop/gathering/event May/June 2019
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