Dirty Jobs…

Well, Mike Rowe isn’t returning my calls, so it looks like it’s up to me and the wife.

With the Christmas season and its accompanying spending and other madness (oh, and let us not forget “property tax” season), we need a project or two that is decidedly “low-impact” on the budget.

At the same time, for our own sanity we need a project that shows that we’ve made a difference. Months of plumbing and electrical doesn’t yield anything dramatic we can point to and say, “Hey, look at that!”

So, a high (visual) impact, low cost project, that still benefits us and moves us forward in some way.

Hmmmm. Clean-up is one of those kind of things. And we’ve got a LOT of that to do.

Methinks…”The Pigeon Room” in our historic building on the square is on the agenda this weekend.

(more about that building here)

To give us added incentive to make a visual impact, here’s a couple before pictures:

The pigeon room...what a mess.

The pigeon room...what a mess! That's a late 60's era particle board pool table on it's side there.

Pigeon room.

There is a LARGE amount of trash and debris here to remove.

Muhahahahahahaha! Methinks I get to hack up a pool table with a saw-zall!

I’ll post the “after” pictures next week…with any luck and a bit of hard work…they’ll even look different!

Daniel Meyer

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