Yes things are still happening at the shed and progress is moving along, although it looks slow there are lots of small jobs happening that are not that noticable, but still need doing.
John continues with the electrical wiring, more power points and pull thorugh cables to support future possible requirements.
Bob has quietly been putting some of the kitchen cabniet together, the rest of us have been putting some lining along the front of the mezzine floor. You have to hide those large beams.
Paul is still open for anyone wanting to add information, links, or suggest topics for the website. He preparing to switch from we are building mode to we are open mode.
I've had a hack at the newletter trying to make it look different. I've started to add some of the feed back, and include something different to change it up a bit. So I'm open to good clean jokes or images (I know its a Men's Shed, but some of our wifes read these newsletters too!).
In the mean time continue to spread the word of our great and wonderful Shed (don't keep it a secret) and as usual you are always welcome just to drop by and see how its all going. We can always use a
Phillip wants to pass on:
Fot those interested Total Tools (103 Gladstone St, Fyshwick) are having a sale from Friday 22 to Sunday 24.
Gordon wanted you to know:
In relation to the trench for the 3 Phase power in the last newsletter:
Quote: And I dug some of it with a shovel. Unquote.
I'm still not sure how a Navy guy ever learnt to use a shovel but I don't doubt his word.
Follow up to the last newsletter:
The so called deal for the plaster board lifter was not in fact a swap but Peter wanting to make a worthwhile contribution to a great cause. Thanks Peter, the saw has gained lots of attention since being put in the shed, and I'm sure the roller supports will get ots of use too.
Something to think about:
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