Or at least that was the thought that crossed my mind today as I was cutting the soffit overhead with the reciprocation saw.
And of course, the wind was blowing the sawdust right in my eyes.
To be expected I suppose.
I still have a couple finishing touches to sort out right at the corner of the house.
One of which was to make more of a space between the soffit and that one beam sticking out there. “Copper Dude” will be coming next week to put ends on those things, and that one looked problematic.
I managed to figure out all the kooky angles the other day for the new board there, which of course involved at least a couple dozen trips up and down the ladder. That was where the stick of wood with the two clamps came in. No point trying to use a sliding T-bevel. Actually, I don’t think there even is a tool to use there.
Not sure what you’d call that for a tool.
Just needed to know how much of a bevel there was on the back side of the upper part of the board. Had to be one solid board too.
Anyhoodle, it’s together to such an extent that no critters can get in. I’ll sort out the rest of the fancy bits early next week.
And I remembered to put back the downspout. They’re calling for rain again this weekend.
I suppose I’d best take a stab at cleaning out the table saw one of these days. It never occurred to me that it would be so full.
The sawdust sure piles up when you’re having fun.
And this is what the dust collector didn’t get. And really, having it built up like that makes for more efficient dust collection, since it’s then sucking all the dust more directly from the blade.
Like you care.
We’ve been invited up to a cottage at Wasaga Beach, so I’ll try and take a few photos. I *think* I need to take along a few tools, although I’m not sure what I’d need. The owners of this place refer to it as “The Situation”. I think that will be the moniker they’ll stick with for naming the cottage. Should be an adventure.
See you on the flip side.
Thanks for poppin’ ‘round.