Green House
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Look very good Greg Thumbsup 
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Do you have a build thread on the Mule?

Green house should look very nice when it's done.

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Thanks guys.
Was raining this morning so I made a trip to town and bought a roll of white aluminum flashing to cover the tops of the rafters. Bent a couple and went to check the fit, looked so good I decided to cover the entire outside surface of the beams and posts. Zero maintenance then.

Ya Al must have built it just before you joined.

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Thanks!  Interesting thread on the Mule.  

I was talking with a friend who also likes to build stuff.  We agree that having or having access to a good junk pile is crucial.   Thumbsup
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The plan was to cap the rafters with aluminum to weather proof them. My brake only handles 4 foot material so they would have to be joined, no problem. Once I got the first few pieces bent it dawned on me, we need to make the exterior of this thing zero maintenance. So over to the neighbour who happens to be a building contractor. He delivered his 10 foot break.
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Should be installing glass tomorrow.
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Got the glass installed. Still need to finish the gable ends and build vents.
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Lookin good and QC seems to accept it so far.
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Thanks but she seams to think its a waste of time. Keeps mumbling, thats not food, thats what food eats.
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Yeah, not gonna produce meat so she prolly could care less. Especially if you gave her veggies grown there!!
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nice job, nice looking place got there.
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