October 5, 2013 · 8:00 AM
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Our project this month is a 44' ramp off the end of a porch, which will help a disabled man use his new wheelchair to get to and from his home. He recently attended a funeral and had a terrible time using the stairs to get back into his home. The site is shady, just what we like. The weather forecast is scattered showers, but we'll hope for the best.
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What will we be doing?
You'll do whatever amount of light construction you're comfortable with. Our primary tool is a drill, either cordless or corded. We use them to screw everything together, and when we're not using screws we're using bolts that need a hole drilled first. The work occasionally calls for a circular saw or other power tools, but if you're not comfortable or familiar with those, you won't be asked to use them.
What should we bring?
It's very useful, but not required, to bring a drill, either corded (with an extension cord) or cordless. Any other woodworking tools you want to use are quite welcome, but we'll have at least one of everything needed at the build site. If you've tender hands you might want to bring gloves . You're welcome to bring something to drink .