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scarymary 04-14-2010 09:04 PM

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OK, I have the pics on my computer. I can start an album here and you can look at them there. That way I won't have put any pics in the thread. But I will post one here so you can see what I'm talking about. Glad to see someone from Tennessee is answering my posts. Thanks a bunch.

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scarymary 04-14-2010 09:04 PM

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OK, I have the pics on my computer. I can start an album here and you can look at them there. That way I won't have put any pics in the thread. But I will post one here so you can see what I'm talking about. Glad to see someone from Tennessee is answering my posts. Thanks a bunch.

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scarymary 05-03-2010 10:06 AM

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Bud, you will be happy to hear that my husband and I have decided to follow your suggestion of building the wall first, then raising and shimming into place. He removed all the furring strips from the long wall last week. I am wondering if we should remove that board that was being used as some type of fascia or molding before doing so. I don't believe it is actually serving any kind of structural purpose. But I do have a question to ask about something else..........we have an attic door that is exposed that I would somehow like to conceal from the rest of the room. Would framing some type of small interior soffit be an option? Here is a picture:

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scarymary 05-03-2010 10:06 AM

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Bud, you will be happy to hear that my husband and I have decided to follow your suggestion of building the wall first, then raising and shimming into place. He removed all the furring strips from the long wall last week. I am wondering if we should remove that board that was being used as some type of fascia or molding before doing so. I don't believe it is actually serving any kind of structural purpose. But I do have a question to ask about something else..........we have an attic door that is exposed that I would somehow like to conceal from the rest of the room. Would framing some type of small interior soffit be an option? Here is a picture:

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