Spent the better part of the day working on trim in the basement. I got the cellar door trimmed out, and this really complicated bit here.
This little run of trim took most of the afternoon. A support column is built out where the trim jogs. I made some 39.5 degree angles for that part. Complicating the matter, the floor is uneven under the carpet here (poured pad for the column), so I had a lot of 2 degree adjustments on the pieces that make up the wrap around jog.
The girls are on spring break from home school, so they were running amok and watching Adventures in Odyssey while my wife encouraged me as I worked in the basement. Not bad for a Saturday afternoon.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
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