The large shelf was tough to load, heavy, awkward. I could not slant it to get it into the van. Like a mirage, a WWII re-enactor gentleman in an amazing black Australian rain coat and a great brimmed hat offered to help - and did the heavy lifting and adjusting to get that shelving unit loaded. He travels the province with his large truck and provides the history of WWII at venues. I should have asked him for a business card. He was shopping for WW II gear.
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|This is the 'before' for this series - carpet gone, table moved out, shelf to the left gone,|
shelf in centre moved to left, green shelf out (repainted pale grey below)
Grey shelves replaced the centre shelves above.
|During and AFTER so far...|
|DH put the shelves in place, nailed them to wall, we filled. DH hung some pictures.|
You may have guessed this is a cropped portion of the booth.
More painting to come.