hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 21:24:08 PST 2009
I think we still need one. But I also think Rubin had a lead on where we
might get one cheap? Or was that someone else.
Shallow would be nice, long would be nice, two drains would be really nice,
and pretty is unimportant. I think we wouldn't turn down any free sink at
this point though. We can always replace it.
More important is the plumbing. I've been meaning to email Scott and see if
he'd like to meet up to instruct us. Any chance you could be around to help,
On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 7:50 AM, dpc <weasel at meer.net> wrote:
> i've lost track, but has a sink been found/acquired/installed? i'll have
> a 'regular' kitchen one in a week or so, but it won't be shallow or
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