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So, here we are back putting another foundation wall together. We've got this one and one more to get done before the snow starts to fly. The snow that you're seeing in the background is not real snow. When it starts dumping six or eight inches overnight, then that's real snow. This will come in and stay a couple of days, it'll melt off, and we'll be able to get this wall poured. It shouldn't be a big issue. It is making things tough as we're trying to put this together, and we're in a hurry. I'd prefer to be working without the snow.
Why are they spread out as we go up, just because they're 16 by 16? No, what are they, they're 18 by 18 columns, right? Got you. Need help? You know, I have found that cuts are better when you use a tape measure.
Thank you, the dirty nasty. How much do you want to come out? You know, I think that is gonna be awesome. The problem we've had with the cart with the buckets is that they just don't hold up. They won't hold all those wedges. So, hey, nice work.