|Stone Tile Actually Going Up|
The texture is really important because we want the water to cascade or tumble over the stones as it goes down to the pool, not to do a straight fall to the water. A straight fall becomes way too noisy, and I think, not as interesting as a cascading waterfall. It should be tested sometime today with the pump and everything. I got my fingers crossed.
|Texturing Going On the Ramps|
|Rene Applying Texture Coat|
A Slight Digression
|Got A Ding Last Week|
I was totally neglecting the left side, even though when I pulled in, I had to slightly maneuver around a low utility trailer that was parked off to the side. Guess what? I should have at least looked in the left rear-view mirror. I clipped it and the result is easy to see. Damage to the trailer? a couple flecks of paint from my truck.
|Got Another Ding Today|
Well, at least now I have a balanced rig. Dangit!
Ok. Back To Work
|Sawhorses Are Multiplying|
|A Novel Exhaust For Their Chop Saw|
|Frames Are Piling Up|
|West Ramp Texturing Done|
|Boxes of Waterfall Tiles|
|Painting Blue Chain|
|Chain Disappears Into the Sky|
|Now It's the East Side Ramp|
|Another Frame Trial Fitting|
|Waterfall Stone Tile in Place|
|Tile Water Saws Aren't Popular|
Even though she's small, she's already using the big cat's litter box, our CatGenie. It's a little hard for her to climb into it, but that seems to be where she prefers to go. Fine with me. The CatGenie is an automatic, self-cleaning litter box. Spendy, but oh, so worth it not having to scoop and dispose of litter and all that that entails.