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Master Bathroom Remodel Day One Demo

I finally got started on demolition work in the master bathroom in our house.  I had to install a Zip Wall to keep the dust out of the adjoining bedroom and house.  Then I removed the window in the bathroom so that I could throw all of the construction waste directly outside instead of tracking it through the house.  My plywood and 2x4 storm window works to easily open the window when I am working and close it tight when I am done.

Here are some pictures before the work has started.  These pictures will be more dramatic when they are compared to the finished bathroom.

Black Friday pipe insulation job complete

I ran out of time to finish the job in the attic. Went to Lowes got some half inch pipe insulation chicken finish my installation job.Now on for the next project the master bathroom. Demolition starts tomorrow.

Thanksgiving Day pipe insulation job

We've been in this house almost 5 years. We've been lucky that the cold winters have not burst the pipes that run in the attic. So this Thanksgiving Day that's what I'm doing. I'm putting insulation on my copper water lines. Rising From The Ashes

I am documenting the progress and evolution of my development server
I have not run a server from my house in a long time. The last time I had a Linux server running in my house was when I first moved to Albany back in 2010.  That server came with me from Oregon to Texas in 2003.  That server died of hard drive failure when I moved into this house in 2012.  I finally pitched it into the dumpster a few months ago.
Last weekend I stood up another Linux server based on a small desktop computer.  Way back in the early 1990's I cut my teeth on Linux using a HP Vectra that the company that I worked for at the time was throwing out.  I had just gotten a DSL connection in my home and a co-worker had convinced to install Linux and learn how to use it.  I eventually built a home network and firewall on the server and kept it up for one year without any downtime or rebooting.
Now I am doing it all over again.  My quest to keep exploring web technologies goes hand in hand with m…

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