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A bunny.
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The difference between a mowed yard and a non-mowed yard.
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The infamous trashpile.
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A closeup of the bunny.
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There's a hole under there. The reason for it being covered will be revealed later.
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Empty bucket of mastic.
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A still mostly full bucket of mastic and a box of tiles.
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Progress of shower tiling job when I started today.
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Hot and cold.
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More of the tiling completed.
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Yes, that's FOUR soapdishes. More than enough for me, but I've been informed that this is the bare minimum for the incoming feminine contingent.
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All that remains for tiling. Two full rows, one partial row, and the ceiling.
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Used up tile boxes.
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A partial box.
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A few more boxes left.
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Scrap tile.
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The tile saw. VERY useful tool. Cuts tile like butter.
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Downside of tile saw: It makes a mess. Thankfully, it blends in well with the already existing mess, and therefore I don't notice as badly. I've got a bucket to collect the dripping water and a towel approximately where the water is spraying.
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I can reliably and consistantly cut tile this thin if necessary.
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Unknown critter prints. I would hope it's a cat. Somehow, I doubt my luck runs that way.
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Thus the hillbilly critter prevention scheme. It's the only KNOWN huge gaping hole in the house that the critters can get in through. There might be others for the smaller critters, but I'm not so worried about them.
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