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I wore out my shovel

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Unread 04-15-2010, 11:52 AM
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Never thought I'd say this to a man...."nice hole"
Im sorry, I was just thinking the exact same thing...........hahahahahahahaha
Good work. hope you left plenty fo room for bracing and stripping forms. Dirt loves to sluff with weather, and its a real ''bear'' to strip forms when you have to use a ''shovel'' for real. LOOKS GREAT tho.
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    John,

    I wouldn't fill that hole in just yet with anything...When ur woman sees that shiny new stick Mr. Wizard built ya she gonna now it didn't cost no couple hundred dollars...hence why u might need that big hole...lol
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    Hey guy!

    Pretty nice back stop ya got there. How far can you back away from it?

    Well there goes your summer!

    Where's the reloading room going to be?
    Yup summers over before it started! I can shoot about 700 yards from my yard to the hill across the way. I am upgrading my "Man corner" to at least a "Man wall" in the basement under the new roof.
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    That's a WHOLE lot of HOLE!

    Congrats!
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    Thanks for the comments guys. Shane she has no clue how many or how much. I plan on keepin it that way too. The fella that buys them all when I die will probably get one heck of deal though!
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    Thanks for the comments guys. Shane she has no clue how many or how much. I plan on keepin it that way too. The fella that buys them all when I die will probably get one heck of deal though!

    One of the great 'signatures' I've read here on LRH said:

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    Congratulations on breaking ground...appears to be alot of it. Are you going to build it entirely yourself or sub various stages out?
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