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fulltimin

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Posted: 11/22/20 09:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here was my solution for moving a 16 foot long scaffolding truss.

After taking off the legs, and railing, I left the main truss/flooring section together.

To say it was heavy and awkward, would be an understatement.

So, I put a small hand cart under the one end, and just let the other end drag across the driveway and then grass, until I got it next to the truck where I was going to store it for the winter.

I then lifted one end up on the truck, and wrestled it into place on the bed of the truck.



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The 8 foot long pieces I could just carry, so they weren't as much of a problem for me.


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Posted: 11/22/20 09:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So, we are back to looking like this...............



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Yea, by the time I was done with this - I was done for the day. It was time to relax.......

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Posted: 11/23/20 08:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My guess is your bride found them in the washing machine. LOL


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Posted: 11/23/20 08:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lt46 wrote:

My guess is your bride found them in the washing machine. LOL




No. The rest of the screws were stuck in the wood. The threaded end was in the bottom half of the wood, and the head end was in the top half with the pocket hole, but no threads on that end to unscrew them.

If I want to re-use the blocks with the top half of the screw in them, I'll have to punch the screw out, until I can get hold of the head to pull it the rest of the way out. Not sure it's worth it.

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Posted: 11/23/20 08:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Managed to get the scaffolding covered up today.



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Posted: 11/23/20 08:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I also got the door put back into place. I still need to add a sill plate at the bottom, for the door to be able to seal just a "little" better. Lol.



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Yea, that's about it for today. I got interrupted a few times, and the wife said we need to go get a "slushy", so my time was limited. Lol.

It was a nice, sunny day, today.

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Anyone use a sous vide for cooking? Do you like it? Any words of wisdom in it's use?

In case you don't know what that is - Here is a link.


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fulltimin wrote:

Anyone use a sous vide for cooking? Do you like it? Any words of wisdom in it's use?

In case you don't know what that is - Here is a link.


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I do it sometimes..... I made my own cooker using a crockpot and a temperature controller I got on ebay for a few bucks. Works good.
Many restaurants use sous vide


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JoeH wrote:

fulltimin wrote:

Anyone use a sous vide for cooking? Do you like it? Any words of wisdom in it's use?

In case you don't know what that is - Here is a link.


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I do it sometimes..... I made my own cooker using a crockpot and a temperature controller I got on ebay for a few bucks. Works good.
Many restaurants use sous vide




Thanks. I hadn't thought of that.

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYONE! HOPE YOU HAD A GOOD ONE.

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