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stike, fixed the deck post

fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
edited 8:33AM in Off Topic
now when the wind blows and the deck rises, these bent nails hold it in place til the wind dies :laugh: :laugh: :ermm: no more post in the lake :laugh: would this make bob nervous B)




  • when i read the subject line, i was pretty happy to see it. then i saw the "fix". hahahaha

    heck. probably fine, since you'd have to shear off all of those nails for it to fail when lifted. and that's the only force we're interested in (no benidng, crushing, etc.)

    still... i suggest standing with your back tight to the house. :laugh: :laugh:

    and just FYI, unfinished PT eventually becomes nothing more than exposed pine, the PT gets leached away by the weather. :whistle:

    hey. that arbor is new, no?
    pretty friggin fancy, man. cognac, arbors, i dunno....
    soon you'll have a roll of toilet paper on the tank in a little "cozy" that you knitted yoruself.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
    made the arbor a few years back for the grapes, geese hate grapes and stay off the patio
  • cool.
    nice and wide. not one of those cheapo-Depot ones.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
    its mostly stainless to boot with a big brass bell to get me back to the dock if someone shows up. :laugh:
  • you'll hear that bell as they cart the stainless off to Tomborello's :laugh: :laugh:
    they still there?

    i wanna rip the aluminum siding off my house, and get rid of some old wrought iron rails. wonder what it's worth?
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