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1880s Counter #13: Filling Holes...

03-20-2020 04:15 AM by Smitty_Cabinetshop | 18 comments »

Yep, that’s what I did tonight, under the threat of quarantine! Not because anyone in the house is expected to be sick or exposed, but because Illinois is tight and getting tighter. Anyway, started by turning the top upside down and taping holes so they’re be no bleed-through. Then turned it over and got ready to fill by taping the hole ‘surrounds’. Mixed up the epoxy, filled holes! Yeah, not exciting. Know what is exciting? The beams in the cellar of Dad’s shop building. One part of it was built in 1849. Here’s the hand-hewn main foundation timbers on stacked rock foundation. Floor joists are 3” wide. Know what kind of wood? ...

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