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The nice man from Home Depot dropped in this morning. He left me all my new bright shiny benchwork for the spring expansion of the LP&W..... in kit form anyway.

Guess I better get busy with the saws and the nailguns. Not included in the picture are the two gallons of Behr waterproofing solid color stain.. Give me a month and I'll be just like my Idol and Mentor, Richard Smith /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/satisfied.gif" border=0>/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/blush.gif" border=0>
 

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I dunno.. I'm gettin' fatter & balder as day's pass.... and my back hurts..

Thanks Maurice... I truly appreciate your support. ;)
 

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Posted By Dave F on 05/17/2008 8:53 PM

The nice man from Home Depot dropped in this morning. He left me all my new bright shiny benchwork for the spring expansion of the LP&W..... in kit form anyway.

Guess I better get busy with the saws and the nailguns. Not included in the picture are the two gallons of Behr waterproofing solid color stain.. Give me a month and I'll be just like my Idol and Mentor, Richard Smith


Looks a lot like my "kits" except anymore all I ever use is AWW (treated products). I already completed my kit for the season !
 

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I considered pressure treated wood, but

1) The cost would have been at least three times as much.
2) I scored a killer deal on the waterproofing stain.
3) I have a nine year old who loves to paint stuff (free labor).
4) I live in a desert.
 

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Your not done,,,??? YET?????
 
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