How to Build a Deck In About Five Minutes





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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2007

About the music;

Used with permission, copyright 2004, "Little Petals" is the first track on the self titled 2004 debut release from Caesar Kellogg. A haunting album of personal lyrics and captivating sounds.

After working closely with the recording artist for a few years, I can honestly say that he is the most talented person I have ever met. A renowned freelance and professional painter, sculptor, and musician.

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About the video;

Over five thousand pictures, shot once every thirty seconds for the duration of the project make up this video. A Nikon Coolpix 8700 was used for all photography in this video. The video was edited using Ulead Video Studio 11.

The construction on the deck took several months of my freetime, working on it when ever I could, often even for just an hour at a time.

This project nearly cost me a finger when I was setting the third post. As you can see, the rebar from the footing lines up with a hole in the bottom of the posts. I was having trouble getting the two to line up. So I reached under to see how far off I was, and found out the hard way that I was right where I needed to be as the post dropped on end, right on my left index finger. The footage was omitted from the video as it caused an editing and timing issue. My first personal trip to the emergency room and six stitches later, I have decided to include this disclaimer: Always wear proper personal safety equipment when working on any project, and always when using power equipment!

Thank you for watching, and as always, Enjoy!

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