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Jim Chesnut
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-Fan Barn originally built in 2002 had lost a shingle or two over the years

Efforts to replace them or other means to keep the rain out were not always working


And yes I know this is Texas where it rarely rains at times


But finally I convinced the wife I had better pay for new roof


Or she was gonna be stuck with me in the house


And fans would start growing in her garage where she parks her car. 


So she consented and my fan barn and I have a new roof


Should be good and dry for a another 15-20 years of fan repairs and fan parts !




Richard Daugird
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And yes I know this is Texas where it rarely rains at times



Are you $hittin me Jim? It rains A LOT down here in Texas! Nice barn!!!

Jim Chesnut
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-Finished .... let her rain !

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Looks awesome, but where’s the Ac at I know Texas is hot in summer
In that barn will be a like a oven .

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  Looks great Jim  :up: :up: ,  Now get to work.  :D Can you train one of those grand kids to work on fans or learn what you know ? Looking forward to seeing you in upper Arkansas  in a few weeks. :clap: :clap:


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