likeair2me--thanks for the explanation! So fast, too!
Sure, I get it!
At some point if one does enough shade tree work, one might get good at it...or if one is ultra careful to start with and does enough reading/taking advice, etc. but then there's the old, "Hey, we have a plastic milk carton here, let's screw it to the wall!"
kind of thing or "You think that old plywood behind the shed from the burnt-out post office is still OK? We can scrape off the moss and stick it in here..."
Paul and I no doubt have done our share of shade tree fixes...
I like to think there's a line somewhere that distinguishes shade tree from "brilliantly innovative..."
but maybe it's no where near us...
Galley in Peanut...combo of shade tree work, perhaps, and original.
(Galley was first part finished...we had to start somewhere.)
My best to Jeff Richards; hope you find the perfect thing; looks like lots of possibilities. I knew we looked diligently, jumped fast, worked hard, and paid more than we'd hoped...but it came out well in the end.