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RT, So sorry to hear about your loss. Dogs are such a great gift from God. They have such a huge desire to love & please their owners & surely look upon their owners as their family. Thanks for sharing a photo & her with you, you're right she looks like she just looked like she just loved to "be there" with you. Our hearts & prayers go out to you & your family.

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To All,

Thanks so much for your kind words, support, and prayers they are truly appreciated.

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All,

Over the weekend I was able to spend some time in the basement. I or I guess I should say my wife was able to get four coats of poly on the stair rail and I was able to get most of my pieces cut for my DIY wire hiding solution. I was also able to finally mount my stair rail. It really was not difficult, what was difficult was actually finding the time to get it done. We were also able to get some of the additional items ordered for the boys area, a second DVD rack, and a few movie posters thrown in for good measure. Once I get the wire management solution mounted and the other items in and up on the walls I can finally put a done stamp on the kids area and get back to work on the rest of the basement build.

I'll post pics of the stair rail here in a day or two (just for you cuzed) because I know all of you don't believe there is progress without pictures.

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I'll post pics of the stair rail here in a day or two (just for you cuzed) because I know all of you don't believe there is progress without pictures.

Couldn't have said it better myself

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And a quick work of warning, it's true that once you get the projector working all progress grinds to a halt. Hold out as long as you can.

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And a quick work of warning, it's true that once you get the projector working all progress grinds to a halt. Hold out as long as you can.

No doubt! This is part of the problem of why the kids area slowed down considerably. I hung the new plasma and that was that. If I am this way with the kids area (which is now serving as my temp theater) I can just imagine how it will be when I get to the "real" theater.

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RT -

I am so sorry for your loss. Having my Max for just under a year, I can't even fathom having to make that descision.

So, do you think dogs, just "know" something we don't? Last Friday evening, after I spent ALL day working in the basement, I was upstairs, sitting in a recliner while the LOGANESS was getting dinner ready. Max, for the first time EVER, all 70 pounds of him, just climbed up into my lap and fell asleep. No noise or anything. He was on the floor, just sat up, gave me one of those yellow-lab-sad-eyed-cocked-head looks and starting climbing up. And he just settled in and slept. I had to push him off to go eat dinner.

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I'll post pics of the stair rail here in a day or two (just for you cuzed) because I know all of you don't believe there is progress without pictures.

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A day, or two, or three, or....?
I know it's a time warp thing >> that interesting lack of daylight savings time that goes on in some parts of Indiana

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So, do you think dogs, just "know" something we don't? Last Friday evening, after I spent ALL day working in the basement, I was upstairs, sitting in a recliner while the LOGANESS was getting dinner ready. Max, for the first time EVER, all 70 pounds of him, just climbed up into my lap and fell asleep. No noise or anything. He was on the floor, just sat up, gave me one of those yellow-lab-sad-eyed-cocked-head looks and starting climbing up. And he just settled in and slept. I had to push him off to go eat dinner.

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I think that was Max making his move to be Alpha Dog in the Logan household, and claim the Alpha Dog recliner that is his by right of his Alpha-ness.

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A day, or two, or three, or....?
I know it's a time warp thing >> that interesting lack of daylight savings time that goes on in some parts of Indiana

Just Bustin Ya

Sorry to disappoint, you are just going to have to wait a few more days. I'm in the "Gateway City" at the moment with the family taking in the sights, Arch, free beer, and so forth. My basement building and picture taking is on hold for a while.

I'm really glad to see you found the fortitude to go carpet shopping and even let the Mrs. get involved.

On the DLST thing I have lived here all my life and still can't figure out the whole time zone thing. I guess I get by just knowing what time it is where I am at the moment.


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In Dimension X, time is immaterial......things happen when they happen.

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In Dimension X, time is immaterial......things happen when they happen.

I can't tell you how much I love Dimension X. It is a wonderful place!


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Dimension Done is even better.

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Sorry to disappoint, you are just going to have to wait a few more days. I'm in the "Gateway City" at the moment with the family taking in the sights, Arch, free beer, and so forth.
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RT,

Perhaps also; Octoberfest time in St. Louis?
I'm going there to work (cover our local) next week.

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Dimension Done is even better.

Amen! Here in just a few days I'll be able to put a "DONE" stamp on the kids area. We received when we were on our trip the second DVD shelf and the posters we ordered off of ebay so the final players are here just need to get the shelf hung and frames for the posters. All that remains is for me to finish the DIY wire hider and I will be in Dimension Done (for the kids area) and then on to the theater.

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RT,

Perhaps also; Octoberfest time in St. Louis?
I'm going there to work (cover our local) next week.

I did not see much in the way of Octoberfest while there, we were geared mostly for the kids. I did manage a tour of the Budweiser brewery though with the reward of free beer at the conclusion. Very impressive operation and squeaky clean. Having done some factory work in my younger days I was impressed at the cleanliness of the entire operation even the Clydesdale stables. I hope your time in Saint Louis goes well. Safe travels.

I promise I'll get some photos of the rail. I know, I know, promises, promises.

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Finally some pictures of the ever elusive stair rail.

Looking down.



Close up.



Looking up (into the fridge door).



Hopefully this meets the



of approval from all of you.

Sorry couldn't resist.

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NICE!

If I EVER get my DSL line back, I'll be posting pics too.

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RT,

Railing turned out well - Thanks for sharing!

I will likely go this route for my upper stairwell (for the steps above and including the mid-point landing)

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Where did you get the handrail, HD? I assume the end caps came separately? I really should just go ahead and install the one I need some time soon.

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Thanks guys! Sorry it took me so long to get a couple of simple pics up.

Cathan,

The rail and the matching ends actually came from Menards. You guessed correctly that the ends are separate pieces. I just thought it made the rail look nicer putting those on vs. mitering the ends as a lot of contractors do. It is hard to tell from the photos but I did have to fill a little as the ends did not match up perfectly with the railing but it was just a little elbow grease and some extra time filling and sanding to make it all match.

Next up wire management. I have all but two pieces cut. I could do the cut with my circular saw, but would be much easier and quicker with a table saw. I've got a couple of buddies with table saws, it is just finding time when our schedules match. As soon as I get the two pieces cut I'll be on to assembly, sanding, and staining.

I received our posters from eBay but I'm having trouble finding poster frames locally that I like. Anyone have a website or two they would recommend for poster frames. I'm not looking for anything fancy or lighted, just simple frames.

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Thanks.

Did you check Michael's Arts and Crafts for cheap frames?

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I found your thread and enjoyed looking over it. Your basement is looking great. Had the electric guy over to get a quote tonight. It should come in where I expected. I will try to catch up with you at work.
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I found your thread and enjoyed looking over it. Your basement is looking great. Had the electric guy over to get a quote tonight. It should come in where I expected. I will try to catch up with you at work.

Glad to see you found my thread. Now it is time for you to start one! Nice to hear that the electrical came in where you thought it would. I have underestimated/under-budgeted just about everything so far. Oh well I guess that is just what happens when you set off on this journey of building a home theater.

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The project is looking great. Haven't been on the site in awhile. I'm in the trim and painting stage.

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The project is looking great. Haven't been on the site in awhile. I'm in the trim and painting stage.

Thanks. The paint and trim stage is a good one. That is the stage where your room starts to "feel" like a "real" room.

I actually think that the wife and I are down in the "kids area" more than they are, but that is ok by me. That will change when the theater is completed and I spend the majority of my time there.

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Today has been a hard day at the RTROSE household. We had to say goodbye to a good friend this morning. Sampson, our 12 yr old Golden Retriever had cancer. The cancer finally progressed far enough that we did not want his suffering to continue any longer.

Sampson had a kind spirit and was a great dog. Never knowing a stranger he failed to realize those walking by maybe did not love him like his family did, and did not understand why they did not just stop momentarily to scratch him behind the ears like we did. Sampson was a 90 pound lap dog. He always wanted to be with his family no matter what the family was doing.

Sampson has been there through all of my home improvement projects making just as many trips to the wood pile as me. Although he did not like some of the noises some of the tools made he would quickly return back to the job site to supervise the rest of the project. Sometimes he would look on curiously at what was going on, other times you could just tell he was content just to "be there".



Sampson, Thanks for being my "partner" and my construction buddy.....You will be missed my friend.......Thanks for the memories they are priceless.

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When I read this tears were streaming down my cheeks. My wife is bawling. God bless you and your entire family including Sampson. Sorry for the delay in responding to this message I don't get to your thread often enough.
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When I read this tears were streaming down my cheeks. My wife is bawling. God bless you and your entire family including Sampson. Sorry for the delay in responding to this message I don't get to your thread often enough.

Thank you for your kind words. It is truly amazing how pets become "one of the family" and unfortunately just like other things, you take for granted they will always be there. Our family is healing and doing better, but there are moments when I still look around an expect to see him there, wagging his tail. Time they say heals all wounds, some wounds just take more time to heal than others.

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Thanks.

Did you check Michael's Arts and Crafts for cheap frames?

Hey Cathan,

Thanks for the heads up. The wife checked online and they had what we were looking for. The wife and were both off of work yesterday so we zoomed up there and were successful in getting five poster frames.

I also think I have negotiated the procurement of a table saw. I just have to work out the details. Stay Tuned!

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