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 10-20-2007, 07:22 Post: 147155
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Yesterday son number two helped me put up a few pictures. A couple of them are old ones I had posted before. Soon as the inside of the new shop gets arranged well enough to let anyone see it I'll post some of the inside. Frank.






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 10-20-2007, 08:33 Post: 147156
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Frank--some excellent work you do!

Got a question though. On the barn under construction (Pic 4), the doors are two different heights. What's the reason for that? (Yeah, I know it's YOUR barn, but I'm jis' askin')






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 10-20-2007, 09:20 Post: 147157
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EW; Being there is a lot of clearance inside I wanted at least one door with extra clearnce. You never know what I might bring home next so I wanted a door tall enough for whatever it may be. The Mrs. may want to start a giraffe farm. Frank.






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 10-20-2007, 20:53 Post: 147179
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Okay.

But don't kill the messenger though: You have on the front of the building 2 that are the same and 1 that's not, and the side I can see in the pix 2 that are different. Could you have gotten a better price on 5 tall doors, instead of 2 tall and 3 short? Gotta gimme somethin' better than giraffes.






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 10-20-2007, 23:26 Post: 147182
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 Work Shop Building -- Finally a few pictures.

What is the ft2? -It looks bigger than your house.






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 10-21-2007, 03:38 Post: 147183
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EW; Does the door size look bad to you? The door sizes were somewhat dictated by what is inside the building.






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 10-21-2007, 03:41 Post: 147184
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Kleinkris; What do you mean by the term "ft2?".






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 10-21-2007, 06:50 Post: 147186
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Frank I think Chris means square footage or feet.

Does it look bad? It's your barn, so...

And I don't wanna give you ANY more ammo to say that we butt heads ifyaknowhadImean!Wink yeah right






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 10-21-2007, 08:01 Post: 147188
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Chris; If you mean square footage, the main floor is a bit over 4300, the second floor is about 1450 sq. ft. I deleted the pictures.






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 10-21-2007, 09:38 Post: 147191
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Hardwood,

What happened to your pix? I was quite jealous of the great shop you have!

Dennis






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