|Some people see construction waste generated during replacement of a subdivision perimeter fence. I see opportunity.|
The opportunity in that waste heap shown above was the opportunity to finally upgrade these.
|This is an absurd Valterra stacker configuration, but I need maximum height while we are working on our Interstate in our driveway. I stack our Interstate because I hate feeling like one of my legs is longer than the other, as is the case when it's parked on the driveway pitch, un-leveled. So I stretch these stackers to maximum height. But it's a P.I.T.A. to break out all those little pieces and assemble this configuration every single time I park. So I needed a dedicated set of ramps to keep in our garage, such that the stackers could remain in the Interstate.|
|Just this one miter saw. We don't even have anything to put it on, so I assume yoga leg postures whilst sitting on the floor in front of it.|
|These are the screws I used. They are coated, which made them very easy to use. They went into the wood with a minimum of pre-drilling (we also don't have a hammer drill at this point).|
|Moment of truth. Notice I ran a carry rope through the gap.|
|With these, the Interstate is now almost perfectly level in our driveway.|
|Didn't spend anything on this camping support project. Which is good, because we need the investment elsewhere, like on our upcoming lithium conversion, which is still in progress.|