Monthly Archives: January 2016

Let Me Explain. No, There is Too Much. Let Me Sum Up.

On Facebook, I posted this question: “Best angle grinder for cutting thick plaster?” Thank you to those who answered that question. And thank you for the other advice. But – with the exception of a RotoZip – I already tried … Continue reading

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The Snowball Effect

It’s cold and grey here – a great day to hunker down in the house and get some work done. On the list (after making coffee, which is always job no. 1) was to chip off the plaster where the … Continue reading

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Time & Money. Mostly Time.

You know the saying: We plan; the gods laugh. I fully intended to by now be ripping out the bathroom on the second floor, and framing a new doorway from my bedroom to said bath. (The current design is circa … Continue reading

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