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I enjoyed this one at a shore house last week



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OK I am going to take a shot and guess ...... Would this be in Springlake?

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Looks awesome. I really like the contrast there and I'm sure that the customer does too. Great work.

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Looks very nice MH. Beautiful work

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Nice work MH. Looks great. That looks like a fun project to do.
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OK I am going to take a shot and guess ...... Would this be in Springlake?
Close , Brielle two towns away. No prize for you
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thats why I stay away from the lottery it saves me money
Brielle would have been a second guess. Used to live in NJ and worked all up in that area when I worked with the cable company that is what I took a shot and guessed

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Why do you always need to make me feel like i'm just busy building tinker-toy cabinets?!
I love the contrasting design, and hope to do something very similar in our sunroom. What wood did you use in the ceilings? It looks like a cedar..

Love the work buddy, and good to have you back, I missed ya.
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Why do you always need to make me feel like i'm just busy building tinker-toy cabinets?!
I love the contrasting design, and hope to do something very similar in our sunroom. What wood did you use in the ceilings? It looks like a cedar..

Love the work buddy, and good to have you back, I missed ya.
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+1 Cedar remember this my Dad told me you can do anything any other human can do. Your on the right path. I enjoy your posts and watching you grow
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Beautiful work. Love the craftsmanship.

Didn't get to read through ( running late)....did you prefinish prior to install or do the finishing after??? How much of the finished product is your workmanship...cieling...columns...beams...etc., etc.???

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Beautiful work. Love the craftsmanship.

Didn't get to read through ( running late)....did you prefinish prior to install or do the finishing after??? How much of the finished product is your workmanship...cieling...columns...beams...etc., etc.???

Have a Blessed day in Jesus's Awesome Love,
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Cedar is Pre Finished. Workmanship is all me. Love what I get to do everyday, mostly on houses on water and get paid for it, nice break from the shop
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+1 Cedar remember this my Dad told me you can do anything any other human can do. Your on the right path. I enjoy your posts and watching you grow
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I love your dad's quote. It is something I will repeat many times. Thank you.
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That is beautiful. Very high end.
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yes,pretty awesome work Masters

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