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Number Tew last won the day on December 31 2017

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  1. Full Moon Friday Garage w/ attached house

    What's the little Coke thing by the fridge? Also, I spent forever wondering why my water/ice was not working on the fridge, only to find they had the line shut off. I was pulling drywall and everything, and the solution was to turn a knob. So, your experience sounds better, you knew what to expect at least haha! Garage looks solid dude!
  2. Shadow's Build 1993 Notch

    I have heard that is sort of a big issue with some Fox's
  3. Full Moon Friday Garage w/ attached house

    Love me a good fridge
  4. Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Good points, and I am a maintenance weirdo so I will be maintaining it, certainly much better than the previous owners! lololol!
  5. The Not-So-Sexual Whale Cave

    I would definitely try to get a folding attic ladder to make sure you can get in there! The drywall looks awesome! I hate working with drywall so I am impressed! Should be an awesome garage!
  6. Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Haha, all of the posts i pulled up weren't cemented. I think it helps with ease of replacement. Especially with wooden fences that only last so long unfortunately. I might have to look into that in the future! It's a little late on that one now As far as I can tell the neighbors are very happy with my improvements as of yet!
  7. Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Alright, I have a few small updates, still working on a few bigger things. First, something very menial was getting the guest bathroom a bit more up to speed. This old shower head had to go: In favor of one of these: Like most things the previous owner mounted, this towel rack was pulling out of the wall since day one, so: Here it is removed, one of the mounting brackets installed, and I had to do some spackle/paint. Since it was just a touch up you can tell but it is not too bad. Luckily the only time you can see it is when you’re on the pot. Next, this bottle opener has been sitting around since August, we bought it on vacation. It says: Woman: “You never listen to me, you only hear what you want to hear.” Man: “Sure, I’ll have another beer.” Finally got around to mounting it, I think it’s funny! We’ve had this car model sitting around for a couple years, along with the decals to do it up, so I finally took on the task: Finally cut out the foam on this thing! There’s “more to come” still on that. Next is what I have been working on the past couple days, and the reason I am very sunburned right now: This is the fence between me and the house behind me. Behind the dilapidated fence there was also a small chain link fence that I had to pull out. It was cemented, but luckily not very well. Next to it is a bougainvillea plant. If anyone has ever dealt with one, you know my pain. Monstrously thorny, and of course, vine like. This plant is not mine, or I would have completely gotten rid of it, like I did the one I had right when I moved in. But some trimming took care of it. On our first day, this is about how far we got. Be reminded there were some 15 trees of mine in that corner, plus all of the neighbors’ trees. It was root city back there. The side yard should be much quicker. End of day one, I made a little fire with a bunch of the old fence and some of that plant. Today, we finished up the back section: We typically shy away from cementing in posts around here, but because I plan to have a healthy sized gate between my neighbor and I, we cemented a 6x6x8 into the ground for a good sturdy anchor. I think a crane would have to remove the thing. Then, I burned up all that was left of the old fence, and whatever other debris. The plan is to build a small deck in the back for the new shed. I am also planning on building a back porch deck. The boss says she is going to handle the front yard, so we will have to see what she comes up with!
  8. Full Moon Friday Garage w/ attached house

    I do love some bright lights lol
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  10. The Not-So-Sexual Whale Cave

    Congrats! Also, I have two of those thrones at my house!
  11. Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Believe me, this thing burned forever lol. And HOT too! I am expecting it. The neighbor apparently has someone who will deliver a dump truck of dirt for basically nothing, and he wants to split the cost with me. I have a lot of filling in to grade out back which should help out. I didn't realize until yesterday that i have class all week so I am on a normal schedule, I might be able to get the fence up! I have done a few here and there things, but I will update those later!
  12. Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Alright so all of the trees are officially dealt with. I rented a big stump grinder and in total ground 20 stumps, including a couple large oaks for my neighbor. Really excited to have my yard back! Here are some pics: Dad running the beast! I believe the largest tree was about 22” in diameter, so nothing too crazy but not tiny. Next up is to finish up the fence and gates. Then I will start worrying about getting grass and such down.
  13. The Not-So-Sexual Whale Cave

    I'm not noticing the rookie mistakes! Looks a thousand times better than if I would have tried it!
  14. Number Tew's First House Build Thread

    Over the last few days my dad and I really went to town. Finally got all of the trees taken DOWN! Now it’s just some clean up. I have booked a mack-daddy stump grinder for the weekend to go ahead and knock everything out, then hopefully get the fence up! Here are some pics, they should speak for themselves. I finally pulled these ugly scraggly bushes. This was the biggest pain. This pic has most of the “scary” branches taken down. The most scraggly oak trees ever! (Dad made an appearance!) Our intricate pulley system, we did this to keep constant pressure on one of the trees near the shed to avoid taking it out (again). Woo! Shed Clear! So you can really see how crazy the branches were on these trees. I decided to make a big fire out of some of the brush, it ended up working out quite well. I wish I would have done this for some of the other branches, it would have saved on pickup costs! Will have some updates with the rest!
  15. TTSaleen's project car thread

    Almost the exact same rear that's in mine!