A bright spot in the dark.

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Work continues underground… and in the far reaches of our dark as a crap filled tomb cellar, there is light.

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And a small amount of open space with freshly swept floors, insulated walls and a new white ceiling. There are also shelves…

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Though the construction of said shelves leaves a bit to be desired.

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After seeing this one start to sag, I highly recommended brackets. Whether my suggestion will be implemented or ignored is up for debate.

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Heating ducts have been wrapped with insulation as well….

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Though it looks like things went a little haywire here.

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I have no explanation for this puzzled looking chicken. You’d think it was mine, but oddly enough… it’s not.

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21 thoughts on “A bright spot in the dark.”

      1. You definitely don’t want anything made of iron on that rickety bad boy. In an earlier episode of this epic saga, I saw a large bag of what appeared to be blow molded jack o’ lanterns. They would be perfect, along with other similar things. If you get any pushback on your plan, explain that you might hurt your back getting that heavy stuff down while you’re trying to sneak it out of the house. It might work.

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      2. The jack o’lanterns were my Halloween decorations so they live in the separate room in the back. All his treasure is old, rusty and heavy. The shelves are doomed.

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