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Ron-P

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...well, almost.
Just a bit more landscaping to do.
As some of you know, I posted some pics awhile back of the unfinished project. I did everything myself except for the concrete flat work (deck, steps, mow-strip). I did the block work, gas fire pit, fencing, sprinkler system (90% micro-sprinklers) and landscaping. The deck is roughly 465sf.
A few more plants and some malibu lighting and I'll be done.
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Peace Out~:D
 

Ron-P

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Thanks for the great comments guys.
It has take quite awhile and it is very nice to see it nearly complete.
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Michael*K

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Looks great. :emoji_thumbsup: Surprised you didn't put a small fridge out there to keep the brews close at hand. ;)
 

Cam S

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Hey Ron, is the Firepit running off of natural gas??

Looks really good BTW!
 

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Great job Ron it looks fantastic :emoji_thumbsup:
Good to know that you dont spend all your time watching movies or working on your HT room ;)
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:laugh: The beer fridge is right around the corner in the garage.
Cam, yes it is. I ran a direct line off the gas meter which is along side my house. We run it 3-4 times a week for 1-2 hours at a time and our gas bill only went up $11.00. Very inexpensive.
Good to know that you dont spend all your time watching movies or working on your HT room
Yeah, I try to keep the wife happy as well. She just got me started on the master bed/bathroom.
Going with a dark blue paint for the walls with an off white trim/molding around the room. The bathroom with be a medium to light brown/tan with a dark/earthtone ceramic floor tile. The furnature will be a dark walnut. The projects just never end. Of course, I get to do all the work myself. Oh well, it's fun.
Peace Out~:D
 

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Ron, you've done an excellent job!
Does the wife loan you out for odd jobs? I need a patio. ;)
 

Edwin-S

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Is that blue sky??!!! Real Bluuuee Skkyy?!!! I haven't seen any in so long I was beginning to think it didn't exist. Oh......the deck looks pretty good too. Blue Sky!! Damn!!
 

Edwin-S

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And sunshine too. Its gotta be fabricated! You were playing with Photoshop.....weren't you? :)
 

Richard_T

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Excellent work Ron. I wish we had neighbours who cared as much about their home as you do. The pit is awesome too.:emoji_thumbsup: :emoji_thumbsup:
 

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No photo-shop here. All natural blue sky and sunshine. It's like that most of the year 'round these parts.
Thanks for the comments!
Peace Out~:D
 

Jeremiah W

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nice job Ron:D
I sure wish I had the time/money to do something with my yard and I wish I could see blue sky like that for more than 1 day a week
 

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Beautiful work, Ron. We had brickwork landscaping and a sprinkler system professionally installed a couple of years ago. Your work could easily pass as professionally designed and installed. I am very impressed.
 

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