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    And we have some progress!!

    For anyone who doesn't know I am building a custom processing business for butchering hogs,cows and deer.. this has been a dream of mine for years.. we started the process three years ago and I now have plumbing in and a concrete slab.. not much to look at but damn am I excited!! Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Congratulations! I wish you all the best with your dream.

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      #3
      Great start. Keep us posted as you go through the build because we want to go along for the journey.

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        #4
        Congratulations. Best of luck in your new venture! I wish you much prosperity.

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          #5
          The only way now is UP !!!!
          Rootin’ for ya

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          • holehogg
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            Like as in walls and roof ☺

          #6
          Nice! Keep us informed on your progress!

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          • Backroadmeats
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            Will do.. framers are supposed to be here Monday.. they figure two days to frame it. We will see

          #7
          One hell of a thick slab. It aint going to blow away anytime soon!!!

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          • Murdy
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            Minnesota, freezes hard up there

          • Backroadmeats
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            Ahumadora. Yes 16 in thick on the edges of the concrete.. also has 4 ft of styrofoam insulation buried beside it to try to keep the frost out.. in my part of the world 4ft deep is considered the frost line..

          #8
          Nothing better than living a dream. Wishing you every success.

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          • bardsleyque
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            don't wake up!

          #9
          Heavy man! 👍 🕶

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            #10
            Very cool! Keep us informed with more photos, this is gonna be grand!

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              #11
              fairy tails can come true.....and it's happening to youuuuuu....stay young at heart.

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                #12
                Congrats on taking that first step towards the dream!

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                  #13
                  Awesome! I will have to make the drive up when she is all finished!

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                  • Backroadmeats
                    Backroadmeats commented
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                    Heck ya.. hoping to be open mid October but November 1 at the latest!!

                  • Spinaker
                    Spinaker commented
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                    Count me in!

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                  Congrats! Wishing you all the bestl

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                    #15
                    Love it. Food Freedom! My best to you!

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