A Glass man's POV
I can now find things easier than ever before. I wonder how long it would take to get back into the "junk" mode?
The whole thing got a proper cleaning.
What! This model has a floor.... The tools being in their place really helps.
This corner has been in need of a clean out for a while and the rack got some additional standards to help with the glass.
Here we are at Rudy's 6 1st birthday celebration. 10 of 12 chemo treatments finished .
A couple days and a few pieces of lumber later and presto. Work has increased by a large amount and production needed to catch up. Now we can knock out the work as it appears on the schedule.
The indoor soccer field will soon be ready for play. The concession stand has the service windows ready for action.
Hello long sleeve shirts and toboggans!
Who says you can't buy happiness? Happiness right here.
How's that for Global climate change!?!
The bolt lines up perfectly.
Here is the new reciever in the floor. Now we're just waiting for the cement to harden.
Thats right, an idiot used a forklift to open the door. Great for me, because I have been hired to get it repaired.
This unit was in danger of being destroyed by gravity and time. The original installers tore the old window apart and used clips to install the unit poorly. The leaking window saved the day.
The twins..... so sweet. Closest one is named jerky and the other is called stew....
Here is scruffy, lovely isn't he...
All the flowers are planted in a plot.
The colors don't show justice to the flowers in these pictures.
The stained glass unit is in place within the chapel. The painter has some touching up to do. Otherwise it looks great.
Here he gave his daughter a very nice custom made mirror with 5/8" bevels. Fits the decor of the house. .
A client of ours has bought a house for his daughter and spiffed up the hall bathroom with this mirror hed had from 1963. The date was stamped on the back of the mirror.
The new beveled mirror makes the vanity look so much bigger and brighter.