Troyer Post Buildings. We discovered we were short 23 panels. When all the stuff was delivered back in the beginning, there were numerous stacks of "stuff". Tim and I went through the invoice and we found the missing sheets had never been delivered. Tim went through his supplies and found enough to cover the missing materials. He said he could cut it to length for and deliver it the next day. Great!
He showed up the next morning and stacked the panels on saw horses for me. All was right with the world. Earl came by the next day and we soon discovered we had the wrong color... Well POOP! I may have used some different words, can't remember. Earl and I took a quick trip to Troyer's. He had to order it. He said it won't be in til Monday the 12th. Oh well, Poopie happens. (Ooops, Monday the 12th is Veteran's Day! Waiting for Tuesday the 13th now.)
Meanwhile, I was able to get other parts completed. All of the clear panels and associated trim is up and looking good. Once again my good friend Earl was a great help. Pretty sure he's going to get a brake job and some other repairs out of me when this project is completed.
I think two solid days will get the place closed in with the overhead doors getting installed within a week or so. Well, fingers crossed. The weather has to cooperate, too.
My goal this year was to get the place closed in and secure. Looks like I just might make it.