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Marysville, WA
(Zone 7a)

March 10, 2008
6:42 PM

Post #4646781

The carpenter who was a bit late (by four months) finally returned with the 4X4 cross pieces and they are now installed. Still need to paint/stain the posts and beams when things dry out and mosaic the concrete. Most of the woodworking is finished now and he will (?) complete it next Saturday. That done, I can plant the half dozen Clematis and hope for a bright flowery Summer. With his help maybe I can get a safe scaffold set up and finish the shingles on the side of the shed.

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