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Monday, October 16, 2006

Fill 'em up...

Check em out. Here are the shelves that we put together yesterday.

Notice how empty they are. This is probably only going to last about 48 hours. After that, every inch of this thing will be filled. My kids have already gotten inside the cabinets and have voiced their approval: 'It's like a really big fort in here!'


Kudos to my Father-In-Law. He has totally awesome carpentry skills and has the ultimate set of tools. He designed and built this thing all by himself in his workshop. Once it was finished, we disassembled it, moved all the peices to my house and then re-assembled it in my basement.

I think it came out awesome and my Wife can't wait to fill 'er up!

Left to do:
Cover up Lally columns, box in and hide sump-pump, finish doing any leftover trim and paint. At some point we'd like to get a table for the kids to sit at and do activities, but that's for later down the road.


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