While we've been waiting for work on the garage to get started, we've gone ahead and started another garage task: getting power to the structure so that we no longer will have to run extension cords from the house whenever we work in there (which is A LOT).
So Saturday when I got home from work at the gallery, Chris showed me what he had been up to.
He got the LB attached to the back of the house (the power will come through this from under the house, into the ground, across the patio and to the garage)
He ran power from the other end of the house underneath the house
And he got out the roto hammer and started trying to chip away the concrete so that we can run the power from the house to the garage
Although the roto hammer has come in handy on MANY occasions, it just wasn't getting the job done this time :( So Sunday, despite the rain (well, more heavy drizzle) we headed over to Home Depot to rent a jackhammer and got to work
I even got in on some of the jackhammer action
Although I tried the jackhammer, and it was pretty fun, I left it mostly to Chris because that sucker was HEAVY and I kept going down too far and I'd get it stuck and Chris would have to help me lift it out.
Instead, I mostly swung the pick ax, further breaking up the concrete Chris had jackhammered, and then using the shovel to clear it out.
Around noon we busted ass to return the jack hammer to Home Depot, flew home, and then I jumped in the shower and ran off to work at the Warriors, it was a LONG day for me.