[Public-List] Photos (was: Ice box demo)

George Dinwiddie gdinwiddie at alberg30.org
Thu Mar 1 09:26:08 PST 2018


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  1. You can email photos to me (webmaster at alberg30.org), and I can post 
them on the website. Generally they go under 
http://alberg30.org/maintenance/disorganized/ unless accompanied with 
enough description of the work to create a web page. This is the most 
common location for maintenance-related photos.
  2. I can give you a login to the gallery 
(http://www.alberg30.org/gallery/) so that you can post photos directly 
whenever you want.

In either case, the photos are available in an easier-to-find place than 
if contained in old emails.

  - George

On 2/28/18 9:27 PM, craig bilodeau via Public-List wrote:
> Well my ice box demolition continues and I have dug out the bad wood on the bulkhead, I think I'll lay up some fiberglass on top of the excavation then glue a piece of plywood on to the whole bulkhead to make it thicker and even stronger. Is that overkill? Any thoughts on that are appreciated. The two shelves remain in place and I think they will stay in place but be modified, the top shelf becoming shallower, the lower shelf being incorporated into to the new top, that way I can keep the stiffening qualities of the old shelves. Also taking advantage of the original tabbing to the shelves. The original plywood I have cut out is incredibly stiff and strong. My goal is to have an ice box that looks like Mikes or similar and refrigerate it too
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