Being as it so so damn cold, and that we're supposed to get snow on Friday and Saturday, and that I work until it's dark everyday, I figured the best way to work on the addition was to back that ass up into the garage. Finished her off with tarps all around, and it's actually sealed pretty well. I'll crank up the baseboard heaters and have a comfy(ish) place to work.
Immediately noticed an issue I hadn't thought of before. Mocking it up with a piece of square stock, it doesn't really sit in the curve of the frame very well.
(Pics are upside down to pretend it's the top lol) I can have it resting on the top like this, but it's far away from the side.
I can have it resting on the side, but it's far away from the top.
Half and half seems a bit of a compromise. It would be a wide, multiple pass weld on both edges, but doable?
I could weld it far enough down that I can get the torch up top, but I'd need to practically use 4x4's for the decking board, lol. Is that too redneck or heavy?
And a potato quality shot of my driveway as of now. Everyone toast my lovely wife for putting up with my shenanigans!