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House looks like it's coming along nicely. I like it. Do you guys have a move-in date planned or month I should say LOL. Did a Resto like you did 3 years ago. Whew Whatever you do don't move in until it's finished. Haha. So now I'm about to close on our new house which needs updating and a separate garage for my workspace this week. Too busy.

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I sold my TJ to pay for improvements to our cabin here north of Atlanta. Yes, we still have a whole lot of other toys that we think about selling. Between our three properties we have 93 acres spread from Luce County, Montmorency, and St. Clair counties.
We just love property tax time.
We're crazy.
 

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I sold my TJ to pay for improvements to our cabin here north of Atlanta. Yes, we still have a whole lot of other toys that we think about selling. Between our three properties we have 93 acres spread from Luce County, Montmorency, and St. Clair counties.
We just love property tax time.
We're crazy.
I bet! But it sounds like you have a few nice chunks of land! :thumb:
 

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Yes Second floor laundry :thumb:

90% of the laundry in my house is generated in the bedrooms or master bath.:( So why hall it down 2 sets of stairs to wash and hall back up? :beerbang:



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Yes Second floor laundry :thumb:

90% of the laundry in my house is generated in the bedrooms or master bath.:( So why hall it down 2 sets of stairs to wash and hall back up? :beerbang:



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Yep, makes sense since it was originally in the basement.
 

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Yes Second floor laundry :thumb:

90% of the laundry in my house is generated in the bedrooms or master bath.:( So why hall it down 2 sets of stairs to wash and hall back up? :beerbang:



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laundry should always be on the same level as the bedrooms. Great choice.
 

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flooring before drywall? I've always done it the other way but I guess that makes sense.
 

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I was talking where your wife is laying out the pattern and no spacers are present. I find my wife appreciates my observations when she's working.
:sonicjay: My wife would rather me STFU.
 
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