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Old 05-11-2017, 04:42 AM
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And your jobsite foreman is a Boston Terrier !!!!!!!!!!!
Noticed that too .. I have 3 and they certainly know how to boss people around !!
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Old 05-11-2017, 12:27 PM
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Nopants,

Just a thought since your early in the build any thoughts on running conduit for things like power or internet out to the shop from the house? Seems from the pictures would be easy to add some conduit for some cat 6 cables at the very least. Even if you wanted to wireless in the shop having some cat 6 out there to the shop and add wifi from the shop would be much better experience. Just a thought.

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Yeah I'm running the conduit this weekend from my panel out to the shop corner. The ground is being put in a few feet back from that leading corner. Luckily the panel will support it.

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Not sure how I missed this! WTF --- that's going to be so sweet!

Love the tree --- it's a hassle but I get it..... In the end - you'll have the tree and a shop!
Thanks Greg. Yeah I was adamant about keeping that Olive tree out front. It's almost 100 years old and part of an original orchard that dominated that area. The oak could fall and I could care less.

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And your jobsite foreman is a Boston Terrier !!!!!!!!!!!
Ok that dog is the best damn dog I have ever owned. Super ugly, always smells like death- even during the actual bath, and the dominant dog in the yard. However, she's incredibly smart, fast, and loyal. She's killed three moles and two birds since we started this project. She always puts the moles down on the footing trenches.
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I've had 6 Bostons. Son has1 daughter has 2. my best dog ever was a Boston.
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I've had 6 Bostons. Son has1 daughter has 2. my best dog ever was a Boston.


WTH are you doing to the poor things??? LOL


I've had 4 dogs in the last 30 years --- the Beagles lived to be 17 (brother and sister) -- weird -- Alice got sick (cancer) and died -- nothing wrong with Elvis at all - 6 months later he passed. They never moved unless they were shoulder to shoulder.....


Stella is 4 now and "Shadow" is 13 weeks..... looks like once Shadow (AKA "Bugger") and Stella are going to be the same way. Thus the "Shadow" moniker.
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They say dogs will eventually look like their owners, but that Boston somehow looks like Greg Weld, and he totally doesn't live in Roseville . . .
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They say dogs will eventually look like their owners, but that Boston somehow looks like Greg Weld, and he totally doesn't live in Roseville . . .



Wait! I've spent many nights in Roseville!
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Any chance that mole killer is for rent?

I (well I should say we...no scratch that...My wife) has a female Australian Terrier that is a killing machine. She's funny too, she'll attack wasps like crazy and kill them without getting bit...but she has no interest in a spider walking across the floor. I've seen her grab snakes we didn't even see off the side of a walking path and beat them to death...then just continue walking away like nothing happened. She's had limited success with the mice and moles that live in the evergreen bushes in our backyard though...not for a lack of effort though. She has the heart, just needs some tutelage I think.

Shop looks great! Bet you can't wait for it to be done.
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Any chance that mole killer is for rent?

I (well I should say we...no scratch that...My wife) has a female Australian Terrier that is a killing machine. She's funny too, she'll attack wasps like crazy and kill them without getting bit...but she has no interest in a spider walking across the floor. I've seen her grab snakes we didn't even see off the side of a walking path and beat them to death...then just continue walking away like nothing happened. She's had limited success with the mice and moles that live in the evergreen bushes in our backyard though...not for a lack of effort though. She has the heart, just needs some tutelage I think.

Shop looks great! Bet you can't wait for it to be done.
Aussie's are a bad ass dog. I have always wanted one. Now that I have some space that might just happen.

Footings are being poured today. Slab tomorrow. Pics tonight!
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Caught this picture of Ginger hunting mice the other day...she'll lay there for hours...

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