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    Careful, them old bones don't heal quickly. Glad you got some great help.
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    Be safe!
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    Neat, let the kid do all the work.

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    Tom I am doing the same thing here in South Carolina but I got a high schooler helping me. I do the same thing I run the saw tape measure and my mouth. I had to do floating dock walkway and stationery part. Hope to finish next week and do a little fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkermaker View Post
    Tom I am doing the same thing here in South Carolina but I got a high schooler helping me. I do the same thing I run the saw tape measure and my mouth. I had to do floating dock walkway and stationery part. Hope to finish next week and do a little fishing.
    I left out the "mouth" part. We are having to work around tstorms. Our dock is 150 foot out. Had to go that far to get in year round floating water. Prob take 3 weekends. No Sunday work. Kids go to church.
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    Glad have help. And my grandfather used say in his later years: “To do something right is fast enough”. Three weekends sounds like a safe pace. Good luck in the water and above it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    I could have made the drive to come help you Tom....but....i don't think that young man needs two supervisors and beside me and you would eat way too much at KFC
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeckledSlab View Post
    Glad have help. And my grandfather used say in his later years: “To do something right is fast enough”. Three weekends sounds like a safe pace. Good luck in the water and above it.
    Thats a great saying, definitely going to borrow it!!


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    I am not in any hurry to finish mine. We did not get anything done this week as he was finishing up the school year. My dock is useable as I am doing it a little different when we pull up a board we replace it before going to the next cause I never know when he may have to leave and I don't want the dock unusable. Take care my friend and GOD bless

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    150' is a lot of dock and work!!

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