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Old 10-06-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
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using adobe?

Really is no question here, more a discussion on using adobe. I just completed my first project using adobe.
Really was a learning experience, I wonder if others have used it before for projects?
Trying to learn to post picks on this forum also and going to use this post to see if I can figure it out.
What I did learn using adobe first time, next time will do things different. The well is now finished where it was not in the photo, waiting another week for the mud to cure before adding weight of water to the well, which will pump into the bucket and over flow back into well.

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Nice looking project---Will you be adding a roof over the well to protect the adobe bricks?

There are still a few adobe brick buildings in Sonoma California---Been standing for a couple of centuries,I think.
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Interesting.... but I was expecting questions about Adobe Reader.... or Flash.... or Photoshop.... or.... or..... or....

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