The counter guy came to measure, today. I’ll write that up in a few days.
Bit of a patchy day Sunday, the 19th, but I did get all nine initial pieces (five doors, 2 drawers, 2 inside shelves) sanded and their handle, hinge hole and magnet or magnet plate screw holes patched.
John wanted to do the sanding, but it was too vibrate-y and loud for him when it came down to it, so I whipped through the sanding using 100 grit and swapping out sandpaper for each piece. A little costly, but the job is much more efficient.
Didier and I watched the charcoal and kicked a ball back and forth with Luenne (sp?) and slugged back a Rose they brought and damned if I can remember what we talked about. Kitchens, probably. We did clink glasses to Father’s Day during the literally 25 seconds we weren’t supervising someone.
Eventually, after a lot of running around, we got sausage, potatoes, a beverage and a chair for everyone. Luenne insisted on sitting with the big kids, and that worked out for a while. No one wanted to say goodbye, but we all worked the next day, so that was that. Not much on the kitchen, but a swell Sunday, nonetheless.
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