Hi Ray,70th Division wrote: ↑Sun Jun 13, 2021 2:07 pmHello Zeph,
Looking forward to seeing the next project, an early super rare one at that !!
I noticed in the video that the grass out there was brown, and super dry already .
Have you made any evac plans for your vehicles, in the event of the fires in California that pop up in the summer ?
Is there any fire proof , concrete warehouse building nearby that you could get them all inside just in case ?
We mow our fields and all our neighbors do the same. We're mostly farmland here, but grass fires are a possibility. However, I think we're pretty good. My shop is about 90% fireproof. It's has the concrete siding, and the roof sheeting is 100% fireproof as well as the composite shingles. I think the only thing that would burn would be our house. It would go in seconds. My wife would be happy. We will end up bulldozing it one day and build a new one. Shops way nicer than the house.
I just inked a deal for another 2000 square foot shop on Friday. Builders are busy, so won't likely start construction until March of 2022. It will be metal, so pretty well fireproof too. Then I can store all my other trucks and parts in there and work on trucks in the fully insulated shop. I've already filled up my house garage and my 2000 square foot shop. Onwards and upwards...