While on the phone talking to a pal about the future and sitting down and having a beer, this truck pulled up in front of the railway! Not kidding! KARMA

Today I am twirling around and trying to stay focused on tasks at hand. Zoom calls, People coming by the railway to help. And  lots of Bruiser being busy. So today, some Sausage since the last thing you want to see is more of the ceiling update which is slowly being chipped away at. One tin snip cut at a time fitting in the last details. And yes, it will be sealed with some sort of sealer.

Texture overload

Great tip Andy C and John from VA. In fact JOHN from VA.. Since it was your idea.. You are now Director of Ceiling Sealing! That will teach you! HA. Enjoy the sausage.

Okay, the search on this on ebay is. “Vintage Photo Family on Boat Shirtless Man Bulge Exposed Snapshot Gay int” WHAT IN THE HELL! And for those of you bitching about Babe photos on WB. HERE, A new section, BULGE BOYS! Lets offend everyone today!

Boat ride smiles are the best

Wait!

Thats a lot of name board

It’s okay, in Florida she is considered young

You know for sure this kid is a little SOB! Right.

LOVE THIS LIFT

Oh hell ya

Lets go boat photoing

Thats it for today, stay tuned for more Railway updates.

 

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14 Responses to “Spinning Plates Sausage Day”
  1. Terry

    Always good to read WoodyBoater and get a good morning laugh. I almost spewed my coffee this morning. Lol! Have fun with the ceiling.

  2. BT

    Tin Snips? I have reversed the blade on a circular saw and it cuts tin roofing “Like budder”.

  3. Mark

    I have been in a local restaurant where all of the ceiling fans run off the pole thingy belt.

    Do not assign to me.

  4. John Rothert

    per my “assignment”: Sealing the ceiling…a sausage job.
    Well, the givens:
    Got to be a spray job…too much area and uneveness for roller.
    That means got to cover/tarp everything and suit up like a deep sea diver.
    Product to use? Something sparyable with a hand pump tank…thompsons water seal? Clear Epafanes? plain ole clearcoat ? being overhead work will be a real joy too. I find I have a airline credit from them ditiching my Dora flight last year and must use it before March 17th….so I will be away….
    best of luck. John in Va.

    • Greg Lewandowski

      I put two coats of clear polyurethane on a wood ceiling in our cottage years ago. Used a roller and got a good % of it on me. I don’t envy you that job. Too bad you didn’t coat it before you put it up. Good luck!

  5. Robj

    For the ceiling might I suggest “boiled linseed oil”. Not the fake hardware store kind but the real “Swedish” kind.
    https://www.solventfreepaint.com/cleaned_linseed_oil.htm

    Free of harmful solvents and goes a very long way. Can be applied with a cloth or pad and dries hard to the touch with semi-gloss appearance. Can be applied over rust and prevents further rusting. Used in many machine shops as a rust preventative. and so pure you could drink it. Just a thought.

  6. Jeffrey Martinson

    Great pics! You might try the Astaire technique for the ceiling:

  7. floyd r turbo

    Its a 6′ spray gun tip extension. Fits Graco, Titan, etc. alk about getting the shaft. I have the job from hell already (that’s what I get for being a subcontractor), so maybe if I survive this one in 3 weeks…

  8. m-fine

    I would seal the ceiling in bacon grease. Then use belt driven ceiling fans to blow the lovely scent down to the seating area.

  9. John Rothert

    sounds like Matt is destined to flakes in his keyboard and flakes in his corn flakes….
    Hoping for other hints and suggestions on sealing/sealant. Going to be lots of overspray if pressure/airless…less if just use a disposable tank sprayer and keep pumping. Have to cut the product too….???? CPES?
    John in Va.

  10. Steve Anderson from Michigan

    Hair spray. And just worry about the areas that matter, like over the desk.