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Coastie Reefer

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Big thing’s coming...
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Plywood is off... as soon as I can get these trusses down Shack 2.0 will commence!!!
 

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BluewaterLa

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Man you are building a home and a shop right now, dont envy you in the least with the prices of lumber.
7 bucks and some change for a 2x4 wall stud is ReDonkulous

Looking good and I'm sure you are looking forward to finishing up
 

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Man you are building a home and a shop right now, dont envy you in the least with the prices of lumber.
7 bucks and some change for a 2x4 wall stud is ReDonkulous

Looking good and I'm sure you are looking forward to finishing up
Man if it weren’t for having our current house sold and our land paid off and racing to lock in low interest rates, we definitely wouldn’t be building right now. As for the new shack, it wouldn’t be possible if we weren’t able to tear down an old hardware store for materials... so far the only thing I’ve paid for for the new shop/shack is concrete and about 100 studs. Everything else is salvaged material. The the top plates, the braces, the trusses, the wall sheathing and the decking all came from the demo... when it’s all said and done I might have a lot of blood sweat tears and time invested in this thing, but I will have saved 15-20k by doing it this way without a doubt!!!
 

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Thanks. So ready to get it done lol. It’s hot outside!!!! Not sure why I always decide summer is the best time for outdoor projects lol.
You have some fine building skills!!

I spent about 6 hours on one day last week working on a garage project. It was manageable because I started at 7:00AM. Working in Louisiana heat is no fun! Please stay extra hydrated.
 
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