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Old 05-02-2014, 12:04 AM  
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We framed this house last summer into the fall and we are back now building the pool shed, thought I would post some pics.


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Nice job Neal!


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Very nice looking place. The architect made everyone’s job fun. Those vaults are impressive. Wouldn’t want to change the bulbs though.
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What a beautiful house.
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Very nice looking place. The architect made everyone’s job fun. Those vaults are impressive. Wouldn’t want to change the bulbs though.
Engineers tell what they want and where but they don't tell how to get it there.
We will actualy need a crane on site to build an eight by twelve shed


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