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Hello, Matt, welcome abroad...that is, aboard... er, above. Hoping to visit down yonder, down under...Sydney someday soon ...perhaps, you could give us a tour.-Ken in WV
Hi Ken thanks,
Would be more than happy to mate except Sydney is miles away from me haha but definately if you visit the gold coast mate.
Your work looks great thanks for the inspiration...
Everybody is new at this, at least relatively speaking. Enjoy your new quest, it's a great journey if you ask me. There's a lot of natural beauty to inspire in your part of the world there, and by the looks of things, you're wasting no time! I look forward to seeing what you accomplish next. Cheers.
Best of Luck. You are at the right place for a helping hand. If you are not a member yet of the full site, go for it. Crazy knowledge on there.
Hi there Matt
Great to see an OZZY on the site.... I have looked at your photographs and I must say... your projects are "Quite Impressive".
I can't wait to get started.... I have some "GRANDIOUS" plans...
Hopefully you can help me source some supplies... as we live fairly close to each other up here on the Far North Coast ...
I would also like some help with regards to concrete "MIX" recipes as well ....
I have read that there are some "LIGHTWEIGHT" mixes that you can use over Styrofoam boxes etc.... To make lightweight rocks that can be placed and moved if necessary... and even "HOLLOW" rocks that can be used as a "water meter cover" or to cover other unsightly objects in your yard.
I would appreciate any help that you can give....
Eagerly awaiting your reply - Thank you - Pam
I'm only starting out myself and this forum has a wealth of knowledge and people on here are usually only to happy to help! Mix design is a subject that always fires up a massive discussion on here haha. If you look through some of the discussions on here I'm sure u will find what you need. All you need to start out is sand and cement and go from there. There's any number of additives you can put it ur mix as u play around with it.
Hope this helps and feel free to ask any questions.
thank you matt. Yes...one man show most of the time, use unqualified local laybor depending on size and location. They always end up doing awsome cuz they get intersted instantly in what they learn. Good day to you. Manava.
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