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So what's all the rebar for? What's getting built?
Sorry, I was asleep when I made the post....
The whole area is the floor for the New Lodge. They laid the slab in Aug, and told us that we have to keep it clear of snow, as the concrete wont support the weight of the snow. We get on average 25+ ft of snow per season. This is the center of the lodge, the staircase and the hole into the basement is only covered by plywood. So it wont support the weight of the bobcat, and has to be cleared by hand.
Right. I saw that when I was up there last. Looked to have about 6 feet of snow on it 3 weeks ago.
We got over 100cm added on top of that in 10 days. With the weather warming up, work is becomming alot more scarce. So they're finding more work for us to do... I wonder when I get to dig out the basement...
There's an icon at the right end of the thing starting with the B followed by the I. That thing on the end is the thing you use to wrap quote tags around the selected text.
In the first one, after [QUOTE but before the ] you put in = followed by the username you want to quote, with no space in between. It should look like this with no spaces: [ QUOTE = bigrigfixer ] and then at the end is just [ QUOTE ] again with no spaces.
Joe drives an 06 5.4 liter 3 valve, automatic 4x4 power everything Eddie Bauer Expedition. BC Chapter Member
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