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We're in peak season and generally disappearing up our own backsides
so I get whatever concrete time I get; this weekend and some today.
Also, my hard drive at my house just fried, so I get less web time
until I get a new one.
I'm using the quickrete vinyl patching cement for the top coat, pricey,
but I really like it. It feathers really smooth with a wet rubber glove.
It's hard to keep this thing wet between sessions, the tarps don't really
do it. I've started setting the sprinkler on it when It's hard enough and
I'm not working on it.
SCNewbie, yes, if all the usual rules are observed; -not too wet mix, keep moist for a few days.
Not sure how cute it is, really. Just finished the front before dark, six bags so far and I
still have about half the back to go, two more bags I'm guessing.
Then it needs at least a month to cure before painting, Oct.23? It's possible, we've had
snow before then.
Thanks for the kind words! Back online (new computer).
No paint yet, but I finally remembered to get up on the roof again a couple of weeks ago
and take some pictures. Gives you a better idea of the setting.