LOW GHYLL

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Once you get going Steve there's no stopping you - looks good and strong. Barry
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I reckon the time he spends working in there he’ll be sleeping on the shelves.
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bulleidboy wrote: Tue Mar 09, 2021 4:10 pm Once you get going Steve there's no stopping you - looks good and strong. Barry
I made a batch of I beams yesterday, started cutting and installing today. Stopped dead in my tracks when I ran out of I beams - short by 57”. And rather than sleep on the shelves, I fell asleep on the sofa. ;)
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