This was a job that I was hired for to help hang drywall. A good work associate of mine, Jon Campbell with his Mid Maine Drywall Company invited me along to lend an official hand. He is a very established drywaller who told me about a job that he had in the works on Chebeague Island. I jumped at the opportunity to help, because there is a camp out there that I am always welcome at, and frequently visit. I have been going to that island since I was very little, and I have thought a lot about getting some work on the island and living out there at the same time. The stars aligned for me this past week at the end of July, and I stayed out there a week working on and off, mostly off. It was a very nice work vacation! Check out the photos.
This is the front of the home we worked in, located on the North Rd. on the Island. It has close to fifteen bedrooms when you walk through the whole house, its quite large. We worked in the areas that were wired, plumed, and insulated, but for the portion of the time I was there, we probably did only 30% of the drywall hanging necessary to come close to the joint compounding process.
|This is the home we worked in and its much larger in other pictures!|
|You can see here how large the property really is!|
|My Island Work Truck for the week!|
|This week was more vacation than work, took a ride around Casco Bay to visit small Islands.|