NEW STEPS FOR THE OLD DECK

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The old stairs had to go. Several treads were broken and several more were soft and showing signs of rot. On this day, the family got together with friends and new steps emerged. It’s all downhill from the deck above.

24 thoughts on “NEW STEPS FOR THE OLD DECK

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    • The new steps changed my whole attitude towards the deck — and my granddaughters friends. They were great. They did the work, were cheerful and efficient — and they cleaned up when they were done.

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  10. The new stairs look great and safe. In Norwegian we have the expression “dugnad” for when friends/family/neighborhoods come together and do volunteer work (it’s usually for one day and one specific project).

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    • Then “dugnad” it was 🙂 It took just one day, about 7 hours in total and voila! New steps. I loved the way the girls helped by standing around looking cute and sexy. Kept the boys busy 🙂

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