I've been doing 'handyman' stuff for years. I think its part of my father's legacy. He would never hire someone to do something that he could do himself! Of course that meant some things never quite got done. Hmmmm. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree... Before Patrick passed away, I often used his big GMC van to haul plywood, sheetrock, cement sacks, name it. I could fit 12' boards inside, stretching all the way forward, between the front seats to the engine console and then close the back doors. But we sold it. It was getting on in years (16) and miles (100k+) and we really didn't have a place to park the full-size behemoth in addition to our other two vehicles. After a year without the van, I realized a lot of the stuff I would haul didn't need to go in the back of Holly's one year old Outback. Sure, with the seat backs down, it could haul a lot, and we did. But lumber, messy sacks of cement, and wet bags of mulch were thi
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