Step 2: Lowering the Wall to It's Original Height.

This part was tricky. The previous "improver" had used 9inch solid blocks laid on their sides. Removing some 4 tons of concrete without disturbing the stonework beneath it, took some patience:-)  (Thanks, Lloyd, for your muscle)
<p>You do a mean impression of being a builder considering you're not one. Nicely done.</p>
awesome. what's up with that chair and the wiring?
Great job on the DIY project. Especially the roof repair. I have noticed many <br><a href="http://www.keepingyoudryroofing.com/roofing-information" rel="nofollow">orlando roof repair</a> companies have taken a similar approach in the past. That is why it pays to do your homework when finding a good roofing company in your area. <br>
A very big project that I hope to undertake myself one day. Nice work.
Thanks, NHKL. Get On With It:-)
Nice job! Birds' mouth cuts. Yeah. One of the mysteries of the universe. Great door, too!

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