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cellarwater

01:09PM | 03/14/05
Member Since: 12/09/03
178 lifetime posts
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I have not logged on in a while. I hope the carpet arrived by now. That soil in your cellar may have a high iron content. I'm going after my swimming pool certification & am getting more of an education on water. Good to read another post from you though! C.

tomz71ss

04:14PM | 03/18/05
Member Since: 11/13/04
90 lifetime posts
that you're replying to [smile]. yup, carpets in, and i also re-did my hallway [thanks to the wife deciding i should re-do it after she mucked it up, oh well, it looks better now]. kids room looks great and is done!!!! hallway looks great [re-paneled/trimmed/carpeted/light and paint], now maybe i can get back to that damn cellar, remember, the FIRST project i started?? life sure is funny when you own a home...ain't it, hahaha.

anyway, ya, been thru a bunch of beer, but i can see light at the end of the tunnel [kinda, i also have a new sink for the kitchen i need to put in, but that's another story....], and we almost had an episode at the HD about a walk in shower [wife is outta control with home improvement as of late..smile here..], but the next task is the cellar...i hope......

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