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Virtual Campfire / Re: Condensation in attic, who is responsible?
« Last post by lamrith on Today at 12:02:18 PM »
The roofer is saying not enough ventilation was installed to begin with.  It may have been enough as outlined by code but not enough in real life...
Then I would put that on him unless he can show documented proof the contractor instructed him to use less ventilation.  HE knew it needed more ventilation but did nothing about it.  Every roofing Co I have ever dealt with promotes more ventilation, the latest hot item is the ridgeline ventilation were the entire ridge of home is a vent..
Fishing / Re: Commercial Fishing
« Last post by Skillet on Today at 11:59:53 AM »
Thanks man, I appreciate that. Doubleling, the personal and financial sacrifice has been tremendous, but it has been worth it for me.

Here's a vid that is a bit cheesy, but I think it captures a bit of the hope, trepidation and peace I feel as I push the boat through Canadian waters on my way to AK each spring.
The general contractor should be on the hook for it.  Although from my personal experience they will likely deny it.  I have had similar issue with my house.  I am not starting the litigation stage.  Best of luck.
Fishing / Re: Commercial Fishing
« Last post by WAcoueshunter on Today at 11:53:58 AM »
Cool stuff Skillet, keep it coming!   :tup:
I support the bill as a step in the right direction, as fireweed noted it has room for improvement.  However, Washington has such a nanny state government that I am skeptical anyone can successfully claim civil immunity from anything anyone else owns or does in this state.  Everyone gets a participation trophy, anyone who has something bad happen to them deserves a check.  Personal responsibility doesn't seem to exist as far as the State is concerned.
« Last post by krapmit on Today at 11:42:56 AM »
I bought a brand new truck, put on A/T. I have the stock tires from the truck with less than 1,000 miles on them. They're brande new Bridgeston Dueler H/T.  the size is 255/70/17.


I'm located in Puyallup.
Virtual Campfire / Re: Condensation in attic, who is responsible?
« Last post by Angry Perch on Today at 11:38:24 AM »
Is there a bathroom vent pipe going through that space? Reason i ask is i had a coworker that rep;aced a bathroom fan and did not get it sealed correctly to the vent pipe and then during the winter he had water in the attic, dripping off nails etc, after alot of inspection etc found the problem, sealed it and fixed the problem.

That's a good thought.
Elk Hunting / Re: Elk Tactics 2017 - Episode #3
« Last post by BULLBLASTER on Today at 11:37:34 AM »
Time is short. Based on the situation, I'm going to make the loudest, high pitched mew and hope he stops. If it's not loud enough, he might not hear it enough to differentiate it from the cows he is trailing.

It's an easy poke if he stops.
Would that be the same loud high pitched noise that you made when the fit limb came in the truck window and smacked you in the face?  :dunno:
Fishing / Re: Commercial Fishing
« Last post by DOUBLELUNG on Today at 11:37:00 AM »
I appreciate you and anyone else "living the dream" sharing your experiences.  I briefly considered becoming a professional hunter (not in the US) after my divorce in 1994, decided instead to marry a great American girl and raise a family with a traditional career.  I don't regret my decision, but I am glad I seriously considered other alternatives before settling on a "conventional" life.
Waterfowl / Re: Good shells for mallards????
« Last post by ian_padron on Today at 11:36:49 AM »
Super X in 3 shot stone birds dead out to 40 for me shooting them through a full choke. Switched from the factory mod to full about halfway through the season for a similar reason to your issue and now there is not a duck that leaves my spread if I do my job.
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