It may be the dog days of summer, but we were visited by a mother bear and her cub. Fortunately pictured trotting away . . .
Still struggling with what to do about the pine needle floor. Just can’t accept the offer to shot blast it. So tired of going backwards when all I want to do is go forward.
We did focus on the middle deck that was only a single truck of concrete. You can see that we seeded it with larger aggregate and then gave it the exposed treatment. The pour went super smooth.
For this beam, I reused the wooden fish templates. When we strip the forms, I will fill the fish forms with a darker mud. Then the beam gets a quick grind. If all goes per plan, the beam will project the shadows of the fish.
$85,000 is the bid for a ‘green’ roof. That’s $20 a foot on top of a perfectly good concrete roof. Turned my complexion green, that’s for sure. More on that to come.