[Build] building the pony walls for the classroms and woodshop 25-26 Nov
shannon at scatter.com
Wed Nov 23 19:54:58 UTC 2011
Kaya volunteered her truck for this, so I think we have that covered.
Bandit, I've got a small room over a bar in North Beach and would be
willing to let you crash on the floor, bearing in mind that the floor's all
there is really (don't have a couch).
On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Ben Kochie <ben at nerp.net> wrote:
> That's awesome. I have morning plans this weekend, but otherwise plan to
> work on this.
> I can reserve a pickup truck if we need materials delivery.
> bandit <bandit at cruzio.com> wrote:
>> my name is bandit - I have had the pleasure of visiting the last couple of
>> I live in Albuquerque and am a member of Quelab.net
>> I happen to have a several month engineering gig in Hayward.
>> I heard-tell y'all are going to build pony walls above the workshop and
>> to cut down on the noise and dust.
>> This is supposed to be the Fri/sat after thanksgiving (ie 25-26 Nov).
>> Since I build houses for a hobby, and am looking for something to do those
>> I am happy to come up and (ahem) lend a hand.
>> It would be most fine (ie save me a late-night/early-morning shlep on BART)
>> if I had someplace to crash Fri night - a floor or couch is fine, I will
>> supply the sleeping bag/etc.
>> (Not a deal breaker, but *very* welcome.)
>> Can someone please contact me off
>> bandit at cruzio.com (can check on Wednesday)
>> 505-228-8197 (cell)
>> I have minimal tools - pouch, hammer, tape measure.
>> Thanks ... bandit
>> BTW -
>> How much is the kit for
>> > LEDcube (animated 3D cube of LEDs!)
>> bandit at cruzio.com
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