Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Santa Claus is coming to town! ♪♫♩♪♫♬

Patty Parson's Build Daily Log

Best juicer I've ever used

Date: Sept. 7On Site:  Frank J. Fraser
             Site Supervisor

 It was a great  day. It was a over cast morning to start the day with another chance of rain and thunder storms. Then Santa Claus showed up, AKA Bob Mctavish (Santa's Village). He brought the sun shine and clear skies for the rest of the day. 

You have to be this high
to get on the ride

♪♫♩♪♫♬ Santa Claus is coming to town. 

Motley Crew
Also in attendance was  Bill Niess, Doug Patterson, Brian Juniper, Brian Ternoway, Peter Hemming, Jim Partridge, Tom Neville, ( late started but a great finish), Mike Bradley a long time Crew Leader and Volunteer from Toronto Habitat which I have worked with for a number of years.  Nan got us going in the morning.

Contractors: Arden Ruttan from A.D.A.M. Electrical Dropped by to scope out the work. Hopefully he can start this week putting in the electrical boxes and start the wiring.Visitors: Santa Claus Of course, I put him to work (only for half a day and then he had to fly).

A double-double, and one old fashioned, Right?

Daily Log: It was a great day with a great crew. We worked on finishing the rough framing in 1014 as well as fire blocking. Was hoping to do the Ice & Water shield but roof still to wet. We can hope for tomorrow if the rain holds off.

Action / Follow up Items: were hoping to do the ice & water shield this morning weather permitting.  

Have to find when we can get it completed. Work with the pocket door kit Rob picked up and built the bathroom wall.

P.S., no plumber

What? Screws are gone? Someone hurry and hammer this in. My arms are tired

Next Day / Week Plan: finish rough-in framing for 1041. Check beam lamination, foundation PT edging, stairs to basement in 1014.
Elf Crew Tuesday and Thursday EveningTuesday : Elves postponed to Wednesday  p.m. 6-9:30.
Wednesday: layout of heat registers.

Is this where the sink goes?
Volunteer Requirements: lots of projects for volunteers.

Report prepared by: Frank J. Fraser
Quote of the week:
There is nothing that is impossible.
It's the amount of work it will take to get it done.

Wall of infamy #1

Measure twice, cut once; or measure once, cut twice?

Words for the wise
How many times do I have to tell them? 
Place the board, then drive the nails.
Whaddya mean make stairs? What's wrong with a ladder?

Bail is $200, but they want cash. Can you help?

Editor's note: due to personal pressures, pending move, too many visitors, and a root canal today (Wednesday), my brain is full. I'm simply not on the ball. I cannot claim all of the credit myself.
Assistance with captions was given by Mr. Volunteer himself, Joe/Brian Racine, AKA my personal assistant, house keeper, dishwasher and shopper extraordinaire. 

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