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text="Looking downhill at the site after cleaning and initial roughing-in of trench for the footing. Block outline is where the wall will be built, buy Naltrexone without a prescription. BUY Naltrexone ONLINE NO PRESCRIPTION, You get a sense of the steepness of the hill by looking at the block in the existing wall on the far left."
text="Looking up hill during the digging of the footing. Naltrexone 1000mg, 2000mg, The huge piles at the right and the top of the hill are the dirt removed during excavation."
text="I hoped I would work my way out of the caliche as I went up the hill, but as I started to get down to finished grade for each step I kept finding caliche making the finish work very hard digging."
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text="Me working in the trenches. The white stuff and chunks are the caliche, Boston, Massachusetts. Charlotte, Carolina. One of the #8 rebar for the inner wall is standing next to me, BUY Naltrexone ONLINE NO PRESCRIPTION. Detroit, Michigan, San Jose, California, This is the trench for the bottom level of the wall."
text="Much of the digging was down into the caliche required a jack-hammer, hammer drill and air chisel."
text="Engineering called for a 1' x 1' keyway into the caliche at the heel of most of the footing."
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text="Working the rebar up hill, buy Naltrexone online cod. BUY Naltrexone ONLINE NO PRESCRIPTION, There were some complex bends made in the rebar to make the steps and keep the correct curves."
text="Looking down the other direction toward the bottom of the wall. Naltrexone 5mg, Notice the vertical rebar are all tie up and plumb. #8 rebar is hard to bend so I had to get it as close as possible to the center of the holes in the block."
text="The rebar is tied and the footing is ready for concrete, Naltrexone samples. Naltrexone 250mg, You can see the keyway forms in place, and the complex curving as it winds up hill."
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text="The footing after the pour and ready for block."
text="The finished keyways after removing the forms. Spraying the keyway forms with shellac as they were installed allowed them to come out quick easy and clean."
text="These are the forms I fabricated to make the double keyways in the top of the footing as called for by the engineer.."
text="This is the drawing I made showing how I designed the method for forming the keyways in the top of the concrete - on under each wall of block."
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text="Here are the drawings used in the fabrication of the #2 ties."
text="A metal bending tool was used to form the #2 rod into loops for the ties."
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text="Ready for another course of block. You get a sense of all the steel in the wall: Z-Bars to tie the walls together, verticals, bond beams etcetera. You can see the clean-out holes at the base behind."
text="Here I am inserting the outer wall vertical #8 rebar sown through the #2 tie loops. They wound up being nearly perfectly plumb, just as I had hoped for... which made the second lift easier."
text="Being a novice, I work too slowly and the mud dries too quickly here in AZ, so I did my fitting and cutting before I mix and spread the mud."
text="Me standing inside of the wall taken from the veranda above. I put sloped concrete caps on the inner wall to keep water from pooling on top as it runs down the inside of the wall."
text="End view of the finished wall looking downhill. The blotchy looking stuff on the outside is where I used leftover mud to start filling in low spots in preparation for when I apply the stucco later when I finish the wall."
text="Here I am working on the nearly finished wall - I am standing in there even though it may look like I am kneeling down."
text="This is the way the site looked before starting construction - looking down hill."
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