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Old 12-01-2020, 06:58 PM
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^^^ Very nice, Ben!

Made some progress today but forgot about a Gator basketball game at 2pm so had to catch some of that and then a buddy dropped by and that ate up a little time. It's all good.....



Check out this old landscape light I replaced. It fell over about 2 years ago and I finally got around to replacing it today. It was actually still working but in a prone position...lol...


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Spliced a tee into a 3/4" domestic water line yesterday using Shark Bites. I converted to 1" PVC and a ball valve. This will be our water source for irrigation. The water line was deeper than normal so extra digging required.





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Our Kitchenaide dishwasher started making weird noises and stopped cleaning the dishes.



So I dug into it.



The remains of the food grinder were in the bottom of the sump.



It's a good thing the new grinder came as an assembly. It popped right in and took care of the problem.
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Oil and new brakes for the minivan.
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Finally got around to attaching the mermaid to my garage wall. I probably made a little more work for myself than necessary but I'm happy with the end result, so the end justifies the means, I guess.

I used aluminum stock to help mitigate corrosion.





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Did a little spray painting on my instrument panel overlay.



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