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Thread: Light At The End Of The Tunnel

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    Light At The End Of The Tunnel

    It's been three months and it seems like things change daily. But it seems like we're getting close. These are shots taken today from the "bar" side of the kitchen remodel. There used to be a wall there with a dining area where the bar is now.





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    WOW! Reward yourself with a cabinet saw!

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    Outstanding. Enjoy it. You worked for it.

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    It's looking good Julie! Congrats!
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    Lovely!!!!
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    That looks fantastic Julie! I remember your question about if it’s too much wood but must say the finished product looks right to me. It would fit very well on a custom yacht. As usual, I am impressed with the high quality of your work.
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    David

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    Very nice neighbor.

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    Very nice work.
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    That is beautiful. Bet it is even more impressive in person. You should be proud.
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    It's beautiful, Julie. I LOVE the drawers.

    Great work. Pat yourself on the back repeatedly.
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    Coming right along, Julie! These new shots bring better perspective to the space than the earlier ones and it makes a lot more sense now. That will be a nice galley to cook and serve from!
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    Very nice. It is always good when you look back on a finished product.
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    Looks Great...
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    Beautiful. Enjoy it!

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    Really nice work Julie. Those rounded corner countertops are going to save some bruises, for sure. Yep, too much wood for my tastes but I'm not going to be living there, so as long as the owner likes it's all good.

    John

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