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    Allan,
    Are the cracks in the ground from the drought?
    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by swbuilder View Post
    Allan,
    Are the cracks in the ground from the drought?
    Yes. It is brutal here, I've never seen it this dry. I blame the liberals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Edwards View Post
    Yes. It is brutal here, I've never seen it this dry. I blame the liberals.
    I agree. I think Northups behind it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Edwards View Post
    Yes. It is brutal here, I've never seen it this dry. I blame the liberals.
    I think you have been hanging out with Johnson a bit to much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Edwards View Post
    Yes. It is brutal here, I've never seen it this dry.
    The new normal...

    After last week it is quite obvious that I do not control the weather - 2 day job outside it poured. We move inside and it is some of the nicest / warmest days of the year - sunny and about 70... Go figure.
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    Dave,
    I'm chillin in northern Minnesota right now for a few days. . It's nice to get away from the heat for a little while. I'm right on Lake Superior.
    Randy

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    1/2 of AK is from MN - they said it has been cooking back there as well; hopefully it has cooled off a bit for your visit.... We were in Sault St Marie and Marquette earlier this summer was only in the 80's.

    I have been away from home working most of summer; but last time I was home the old thermometer crept to 39 degrees.. I do not know how you all do the heat - not for me. We'll have snow in 6 weeks!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davenorthup View Post
    1/2 of AK is from MN - they said it has been cooking back there as well; hopefully it has cooled off a bit for your visit.... We were in Sault St Marie and Marquette earlier this summer was only in the 80's.
    My mom use to travel through the Sault locks as a kid in the summers because my grandpa was a great lakes ship captain back before the Edmund Fitzgerald sunk in 1975. I was in Duluth and got video of a 1000 footer going through the port under the lift bridge. I'll try and post it when I get back on wi-fi.
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    I was driving in an old neighborhood today and saw some small townhomes that caught my eye, and realized I built these in 1979. Here they are along with some other photos I took today from other jobs I'm working on.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/1122924...NOv86nznKLfPQ#

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    Looks as if you have come a long way Allan. The '80 vintage homes still appear well cared for.

    Tom
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    Allan,
    Is picture 19 one of those reclaimed fireplaces from Europe?
    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by swbuilder View Post
    Allan,
    Is picture 19 one of those reclaimed fireplaces from Europe?
    Randy

    Yes, that's an old 1th or 19th century fireplace that was bought in France and transported to the US. I added another photo of it to the album, it measures 74" tall.

    Here is another web album of various antique elements I've used in my homes.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/1122924...IKMzcSExq3hAQ#

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    Allan,
    How far along are you on the modernish spec that I walked thru or is that finished? Any pictures? Would like to see how it finished out.
    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by swbuilder View Post
    Allan,
    How far along are you on the modernish spec that I walked thru or is that finished? Any pictures? Would like to see how it finished out.
    Client is making selections a bit slowly, not going as fast as I would like. We are almost finished with millwork, starting tile and stone. I will try to get you some photos.
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    Allan:

    You were going to try a LEED spec, are you going forward with it?
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