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Posted: 16 Nov. 2017,22:42 QUOTE

I got the quoins delivered from Yorkshire with the walling stone I'm using on another on going project.


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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,01:02 QUOTE

glad your got the brickwork done before the heavy ice
are you doing trad or dry ridge on the roof?
trad will look better but i love no cement roofs for endurance :-)
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Posted: 17 Nov. 2017,18:23 QUOTE

The ridges will be stuck down with a bit of compo

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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,12:49 QUOTE

great stuff mate
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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,12:56 QUOTE

My enthusiasm has warned now. But I can see the end. Couple more weeks and shouldn't be far off. Having a digger makes life easier, lifting up tiles and battens etc.

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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,13:19 QUOTE

Here's some brick work I'm a bit more proud of tone, small extension at home.


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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,13:22 QUOTE

The oak A frame I made above


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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,14:00 QUOTE

Love that face in the wall
I do stuff like that
the random  and absurd  :)
gives it warmth though
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Posted: 18 Nov. 2017,19:01 QUOTE

The face is proper original medieval. I was working at a house next to a church. There was an old stone wall I was altering and they had used this head but with the head buried in the soil at the back, I was digging it out with the digger :p
It would have been on a wall next to a door as you can see it's looking at you as you enter


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Posted: 23 Nov. 2017,00:25 QUOTE

Started putting a few tiles on today.


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Posted: 23 Nov. 2017,18:07 QUOTE

a nice day for it although a bit breezy down these parts  :;):
my mate lost 180 blocks ,when a sudden gust caught them
reckon you will have it wrapped up for christmas mate  :)
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Posted: 26 Nov. 2017,23:50 QUOTE

Yes another week should be not far off.


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Posted: 27 Nov. 2017,07:45 QUOTE

Living the dream of most men who would love to do summet for themselves. If i had the time and funds i'd do myself a big build. Your doing a great job, followed it all the way, well done Dylan. What time do you want us there for the topping out piss up  :;):  :)

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Lovely work that Dylan. Did you get that walling off Barry ?

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Posted: 27 Nov. 2017,21:00 QUOTE

Sad day today. The property got done over Saturday night. Good news is customer didn't have anything taken, bad news is, I got stuff taken. Stihl saw, nail gun, chainsaw and dewalt drill set.
The only good thing was i had swapped my new stihl saw with my older one, also my mates hilti sds 110v drill was there and not taken also my rotating laser level was not taken.
The customer wants to buy me the dewalt drill set.
So ii could have been alot worse.


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Posted: 27 Nov. 2017,21:15 QUOTE

Quote (DempseyLiverpool @ 27 Nov. 2017,20:55)
Lovely work that Dylan. Did you get that walling off Barry ?

Yes mate got the quoins for the stable and the walling for the other job off Barry. That walling stone is great stuff, cheaper than bricks.  Cheers

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Posted: 28 Nov. 2017,08:15 QUOTE

sorry to hear that Dylan
job looking good though
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Posted: 28 Nov. 2017,13:40 QUOTE

We had a mini digger go 2 weeks ago it was hired and thankfully we have hired in plant insurance or I would be facing a 10k bill last know location next to a scrap metal yard and travellers camp, trackers are good as long as you have members of the SAS on tap :angry: :angry: :angry:

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Posted: 28 Nov. 2017,18:07 QUOTE

I have got tool insurance up to 500 per item with FMB but they must be under lock and key
the plant hire insurance is a must,where do you get your pete?
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