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    well drilling
  • Well drilling is the process of drilling a hole in the ground for the extraction of a natural resource such as ground water, natural gas, or petroleum.
  • act of drilling, constructing, repairing, renovating or deepening, cleaning, developing or abandoning a well.
    tools
  • (tool) an implement used in the practice of a vocation
  • A thing used in an occupation or pursuit
  • A person used or exploited by another
  • (tool) drive; "The convertible tooled down the street"
  • A device or implement, esp. one held in the hand, used to carry out a particular function
  • (tool) instrument: the means whereby some act is accomplished; "my greed was the instrument of my destruction"; "science has given us new tools to fight disease"

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Anyone who knows me, knows that home improvement and I get along like goldfish and the sahara... and while there are those who would claim that I'm just lazy, I like to think it's more that I just know my own limitations. When it comes to the house, I have a certain standard of quality that I know is just beyond my skills as a carpenter (or plumber, or electrician, etc...) and rather than cobble together some half-assed solution, I'd rather just pay someone to do it right. That being said, there are a few easy to mid-level projects that I am comfortable undertaking when the need arises. The problem with that however, is that based on my admitted shortcomings in the handyman areas of expertise... I lack the tools to properly do anything, so I always have to borrow them from people who have them. (And these are the kind of people, who always look at you like you're not he-manly enough to own a drill, so you must be soft... or lazy) Well, the days of borrowing are over... I bought myself a sweet set of tools, more powerful than a locomotive... or something like that anyway. Because I was tired of melting in my living room (which for some reason is always hotter than the the third level of hell -- this could be due to the relatively small size of the room, the giant TV, and a halogen lamp as the only light source) it was time to put the air conditioner back in the window. Here again, this is no simple task. Because of the style of window installed, there isn't any significant window ledge to support the giant-ass air conditioner needed to keep the room cool, so it requires an outside system of support to keep the unit from falling out and taking the window with it. In the past, I've simply cobbled together (the above mentioned half-assed solution) something that did the job. This year I vowed to build something a little more sturdy and permanent so I wouldn't have to do it again every year. For that I needed tools.
A & B Challenge Feb No. 4 - Power Tools
A & B Challenge Feb No. 4 - Power Tools
I absolutely love building, creating and mastering things with wood. I have an entire assembly line of power tools and accessories to go with them. Craftsman. Rigid. They are all some of the best tools out there and I love always having the right tool for the right job. I do wish I had a bigger workshop, but that is a lifetime dream of mine to have a really nice one on my property some day. I do not regret having these tools, and I wouldn’t say that I was “afraid” of them… but I have a LOT of respect for power tools. One millisecond of lost concentration and the workshop floor will be crimson red. I have seen and had some bad accidents and close calls. When I was building my daughter’s 2-story playhouse I was screwing one screw after another, and went a little too fast. I also didn’t have my gloves on. The drill slipped right off the screw head and went right into the skin between my fingers. It sliced this big “+” in my skin the shape of the screw head. And, well, like any American man- I just kept going. I had to wrap it real tight to get the blood to stop. The next day in church my daughter made sure that I was still feeling “Holy”. I still have the mark to this day as a reminder. Every time I pick up the circular, miter or table saw I say a quick prayer. I respect these because they will rip you very fast and very deep. I think that’s a positive form of fear!

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