Help us decide on which exerior lighting to choose... Lamp #1
Lamp #2 Lamp #3 Lamp #4 Lamb
I know it doesn't have much to do with our building, but we gotta
let you know. . . On Saturday May 26th, our buddies with the
Austin-All-Girl-Doo-Wop-Folk-and Roll Band GUY TOWN will be
preforming here at Eve's Garden in Marathon! I went to the Marathon
Chamber of commerce meeting last week and we were discussing how
much it'll take to get recycling going for this little community.
Our living room's four walls are arches that meet in each of the
four corners. Noble has wired in light bulbs in each corner where
the arches meet to creat this cool light effect. I am trying to
design sconces cover up the CFL bulbs and shed colorful light. The
last of these four photos shows a piece of recycled glass I was
trying to design as a sconce. Our buddy Willy gave us a glass
Yay Team! Just a quick six days and poof, plastered wall. Day 1
Prep: 5 hours Alaine Day 2: 2.5 hours Aliane Day 3: 7.5 + 3 hours
Noble Day 4: 8.5 + 4 hours Noble Day 5: (today) 7 hours + 5 hours
Noble Day 6: 8.5 + 2 hours Noble Total: 60 hours!
I got the middle section, arched part, plastered, didn't get
the in-between picture though. Spent 8.5 hours doing that. Then, a
calm windless day, we hooked up a saftey built and Noble belayed
me. We were really high tech. He looked up how to wrap a big rope
rope around me (not so comfy) and then found a carabiner and hooked
it to a long extension cord. Luckily, no problems. and LUCKLY after
Gotta make sure it's not a windy day when one is plastering twenty
some feet in the air on a not-very-stable platform. Day 1: 5 hours
Alaine prep Day 2: 2.5 hours Alaine Day 3: 7.5 + 3 hours Noble
Subtotal: 18 hours. Any other guesses for total hours to plaster
this whole side?
6 Feb 2012, 11:00 am
Can you see the difference? Just plastered the lower left section.
So far, about 5 hours in preping the wall ... using my chipping
hammer to knock off buldges, and make sure the platform is safe.
and 2.5 hours to haul the plaster up and around to this the second
floor and plaster that lower left part.
Here's where we started, our exterior south wall is about
45-50 feet across. The right side is more than 30 feet in the air?
What do you think? How many days or hours will it take us to get
the whole surface done?? Remember, there will be a few hours of
prep time... Looking forward to guesses...
Pheewww. Got the ceiling plastered in three days, the four arched
walls finished in the four days we planned. So, we'd planned eight
days to plaster and wire the whole living room, and we got 'er done
with one day to spare! Of course I have No Idea How Long the mosaic
job on the east wall will take and we have to schedule out
PAINTING! Did you see how perfect those crystal nichos are
I tried to get you people to drink more jagermeister for the arch
over this the south French door. But the arch turned out super!
Wait'll you see it all plastered out! Did I tell you Noble has the
whole living room wired! Notice these nichos on each side of the
French doors, they are crystals! The open square below the right
nicho is where the A/C will go. Papercrete is very insulating, R40