Thesis Update: Building Day 1
Today I built out the drywall frames all by my itty bitty self. Damn straight. Started around 930a and left the space around 3. Even got 3 pieces of drywall up. More tomorrow!
~ by Nicholas Sagan on April 18, 2011.
Posted in News and Updates, Project Progress
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