Bookshelves and books

By , June 3, 2008 11:17 pm

Been working on shelves and shelving books all day and most of the night. Am about 2/3s of the way through with reshelving the books. And lack one 4 foot section replacing the 2 inch thick shelf with a 1 inch thick piece, one 4 foot 6 inch section adding a shelf and the 16 foot section moving it up about 2 inches as well as blocking off the last window on that wall. Have already paneled over two of them and I think I have enough scrap to do the last one as well. All in all should be done with this portion of the rebuilding late tomorrow baring unforeseen problems and/or interruptions. Then I guess I will start on insulating paneling the inside of the upstairs in preparation to building in shelving and cabinets on all the walls. Slowly, slowly eats the elephant…

About to call it a night. Till tomorrow… 😉

One Response to “Bookshelves and books”

  1. Steve says:

    Well, no need to refresh. How refreshing! (Sorry, couldn’t help myself…)

    Had an interesting day yesterday, and it continues. Found out this morning that the questionable hard drive that I used when I redid my computer at home a couple of weeks ago isn’t questionable, it is DEFINITELY bad. Oh, well, I think I can get the stuff off there I need, if not, it’s nothing I can’t reload. After I couldn’t recover the Windoze installation, I just put the drive I had in there before and “restored” the computer that way. Now, if I could just get the dishwasher working again….

    Here at work, I’m finishing brunch and about to go in search of a compatible hard drive to try and recover the stuff from the one that “flamed out” yesterday. I checked all the drives in the similar computers at JHS, and they were all a different brand. So, I’ll go check the other batch at KSE (where I think the computer in question came from anyway) and see if I can’t come up with a closer match. Here’s hoping….

    Well, gotta go and get going again. Have a good day.

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