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gcreekrch wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 26, 2020 11:06 pm
Nice job Dave, even though more time consuming there is more pleasure in a job well done when completed by yourself.
Disclaimer.... You could have gotten Mother out to give directions..........
She does come out to help occasionally. She is actually a pretty good hand. I use pieces of 2x6 as spacers. The poles especially the bigger ones want to roll out on me. I have to keep pressure on them with my left hand while drilling pilot holes and driving lag bolts with my right hand. This gets to be a real juggling act on the top pole or two. This is where the wife comes in real handy. She leans against the pole while I get it fastened into place. Trouble is she works in the mornings and with the weather we have been having I get most of my work done during the cooler morning hours.