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- Feb 25, 2021
Figured it's best to at least try to get a head start on this stuff before I retire. If the shop is ready for retirement, then I can have more fun building things, other than the shop!
One of our kids just graduated from HS this weekend, so it was a pretty busy weekend with family, etc. I did look at the bridge crane some, or at least moved machines out of the way of the gantry beams against the wall. Might start working on that again soon, if car repairs ever end!
For car repair I’m lucky enough that a local friend of the family owns his own shop, does good work, and prices are reasonable. The farm and yard equipment are enough repair and maintenance work that I get my fill. A lift may be in the future if he retires.
Need to start on the elevation survey for the new house. Did get two 8’ saplings and a 15’ tall oak planted yesterday.