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Tiling that backsplash wouldn't be difficult at all, your DS can do it since you'll be busy at your farm.
He is on a job in Kentucky. And he is not handy with stuff like this, as evidenced by the lack of progress on this house in the time he has had it. On the other hand, I'll tackle anything, doesn't matter if I know what I'm doing or not, I learn as I go. LOL LOL But I am in crunch mode timewise. When this tile comes in, I should be busy on my own place and DS can pay to have the backsplash done!
 

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I would do it for you, I have the tools and a tile saw. However, if DS can pay for it since all work done on house to get it ready to sell will increase basis and be deducted with costs of sale and avoid some capital gains. Remember to add costs of all work done before sale to basis.
 

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I would do it for you, I have the tools and a tile saw. However, if DS can pay for it since all work done on house to get it ready to sell will increase basis and be deducted with costs of sale and avoid some capital gains. Remember to add costs of all work done before sale to basis.
It won’t happen this winter, maybe next summer bring your tile saw and we’ll mess up something in that double wide!
 

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I’m tired. Been working outside all day. Chris got all the rafters and most of the frame work down. I pulled nails and stacked up the lumber. We covered what we could with a tarp that is a little short, but it beats nothing.

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Stupid turtles! They get in the pasture and Sentry goes beserk. Sentry HATES turtles! Sheba barks a little then loses interest. This turtle is upside down. I heard the frenzied barking and knew Sentry had found a turtle. Before I could get to it, I saw the turtle go flying in the air and Sentry scuttling backwards. I don’t know if Sentry bit the turtle or if the turtle bit Sentry. LOL I picked it up and put it over the fence that is the chain link side. Here neighbors, have a turtle!

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