Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Tuesday started off early and hot. After running a myriad of errands between 5:30-7am, I came back to find drywall flying. There was a crew of 3 guys throwing elbows to hang drywall in what was an admittedly crowded garage.
The outside plumbers were there awaiting the inspector so that they could pull 80 feet of copper pipe through a mud sodden hole. 5 guys later and so much mud, they managed to get the job taken care of, and the inspector signed off.
So much of my day was spent cleaning up behind others. No bueno. Much of the rest of the day was spent on the road running hither and yon to get bits and parts for what I will be working on, on Wednesday, which includes door jambs, cabinets and trim. Wednesday I also get the distinct 'opportunity' to remove all of the extra dirt that didn't fit back into the holes. There's so much dirt that didn't fit back into the holes. How does that happen? I like to think that it's because there is so much sweat put into the holes creating them.
All in all, plenty was knocked out....almost. The projects today were mostly completed to the 95% mark, with me coming in at the rear, to get them to the finish line. By that, I basically mean that I have a lot of clean-up to do.