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ProjectPete
ProjectPete
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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Keen BBQer particularly the good ol' low n slow; grilling, smoking, roasting.
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ProjectPete
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Just a quick one to say that after 93 emails (I like to have everything in writing) over a 2.5 week period, negotiations and debates, we've just signe ...

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Absolutely all the very best mate for a smooth op and speedy recovery.

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@Alicia The extent of my knowledge on plants, specifically to aircleaning ones, is limited to Peace lily and Mother-in-law's tongue.What I will say th ...

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Another little splashback upgrade over the weekend as planned, plus some new taps. Got a few bits and pieces like this to do before selling this house ...

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Coming together very nicely @Juzz85You don't want to leave the downpipes the current colour so they're a bit camouflaged?

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Turns out #wifey isn't finished with her changes...certainly complicates things but I love her styling so happy to do the ground work with the builder ...

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After about 3 weeks of delays, today we finally got our brickies on site and they made some solid progress in a day - especially considering they have ...

ProjectPete
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Nice bits of handywork there @gwizard. Welcome to Workshop!

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Community Manager Jason
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Prolific Workshop member Rylie @LePallet is well known in the Workshop community for his many creative pallet wood projects. You might also remember f ...

Juzz85
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Updates.First coat is on.Still have window frames to gloss. Gutters, Downpipes. And then the roof.And then, the framing under that front patio roofing ...

Adam_W
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Well sort of finished...Hi all, been a busy week or so getting this garden 'built'.It'll be a work in progress as I add lower plantings but for now... ...

Community Manager Jason
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Looking forward to your regular updates @ProjectPete. You're a good friend to be managing your mate's project as well! It's going to be a busy time ...

darylhewston
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Hi all, I would like to share with you our front yard makeover. I will let the pictures do the talking and include a little bit of commentary as I go ...

Juzz85
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As requested by Jason, Here's an insight on my progress on our place that needs a little TLC. I'll start with my front garden which I'm going to slow ...

Brad
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Is that closer to what your after?

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ProjectPete
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Just a quick one to say that after 93 emails (I like to have everything in writing) over a 2.5 week period, negotiations and debates, we've just signe ...

ProjectPete
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Absolutely all the very best mate for a smooth op and speedy recovery.

ProjectPete
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@Alicia The extent of my knowledge on plants, specifically to aircleaning ones, is limited to Peace lily and Mother-in-law's tongue.What I will say th ...

ProjectPete
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Another little splashback upgrade over the weekend as planned, plus some new taps. Got a few bits and pieces like this to do before selling this house ...

ProjectPete
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Coming together very nicely @Juzz85You don't want to leave the downpipes the current colour so they're a bit camouflaged?

ProjectPete
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After about 3 weeks of delays, today we finally got our brickies on site and they made some solid progress in a day - especially considering they have ...

ProjectPete
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Over the past week or so I've been negotiating with our builder to change/upgrade our tapware for our ensuite, guest bathroom and powder room. Learnin ...

ProjectPete
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While we waited for the slab to cure and brickies to start work, we did a bit of planning ourselves for our new pool area and sunken firepit. The larg ...

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