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Old 08-23-2016, 10:33 PM   #1
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Default My vintage industrial brewery inspired new construction

Finally, with light at the end of the 5 year long tunnel, I can say that it is nearing completion. What a struggle it has been. I will document my rural Southern Oregon 22 x 48 garage by the river build. They said it couldn't be built - the county that is. At first, I took them at their word. Then I started without them. Then they caught me starting without them and cited me. Then I spent too much money and a few years to prove them wrong. Ha.

Bittersweet it is. From the vision you start with, all of the detail decisions you have to make, the setbacks you inevitably experience and the tolerance you develop for errors, damage, imperfection, and attitudes - all just to get it done. Whew.

First a few beers...
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