Dumped in my driveway were two very large dump trailers-full of
masonry and dirt. The debris came from a portion of
building that was tore down in town.
Of the huge amount of debris were salvaged 2 types of brick; all
were solid brick with the exception of about 100 figure 8
Below shows the incomplete wing-wall that will require cuting of the
figure 8 brick to be installed within each of the toothings on
the left of the right column.
On the right of the picture below is pre-wing wall
Wing-wall on right installed.
Center wall below the coffee cup was knocked down to erase a dumb
Below are some photos of the three sinks which are available around
here. After propping up a few bricks to hold up
each sink and snapping some shots of the sinks, it was found that
each one poses its own set of problems (one requires a pedestal,
another has a crack in the ceramic, and one will be a chore to
Here are the sinks which are available:
Type 1 (has a crack in the ceramic in a visible location)
Type 2 (requires a pedestal, and I don't have one)
Type 3 (is plastic and will require the brick to either corbel
inward or need lintels to support it)
Personally, I'm not in love with any of the sinks.
A wide-mouth clay basin might be interesting as a sink though.
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