Closing up the box

Whittling the overhanging edges back flush with the sides

Seems Like I’ve Done This Before

It’s hard to count the times I’ve worked for weeks on a structure and then crossed my fingers and covered up all the framing, pipes, and wires with plywood or drywall. When I felt ready I would call the city or county for an inspection to cover and, after digital cameras were invented, I would shoot as much of the structural and mechanical details (wires, pipes) as…

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