Yesterday morning Charlie and our carpenter friend got started around 8:30 a.m. working on the bathroom floors.
Unfortunately the plywood for the sub-floors was under a huge pile of pre-primed, 16-foot long trim.
So the first order of business was to move the lumber.
Inside lumber should have a chance to acclimatize to the place where it will be used, so the men carried the lumber up the ramp and through the front door.
We’ll be storing it in the living room until we’re ready for it.
Also when 2 people are carrying long lumber one rests it on his left shoulder and the other on his right. Lumber carrying etiquette 101.
In the midst of this action another friend came over to pick up the ride-on mower he had given us years ago.
The mower is now stuck in gear so he’s planning to use it for parts. We appreciated it while it lasted.
I basically spent the day running errands and cooking. Bear stew on the menu.
What’s your basic role in the big scheme of things?