Well then... us Florida Birds arent hip to floor liquids.So the lower floor was a 10mil vapour barrier/3" SM board/pecks pipe 300' runs so no connectors anywhere/5 inches of concrete/Ditra membrane/porcelain tile
Upper floor sub floor/2 layers of 3/4" tongue and groove plywood/Pecks pipe/4" Gypsum concrete/Ditra membrane/porcelain tile.
Chicken flapper in GermanyYou guys see this thread Jeff of PA posted earlier ? ? ?
Wow...havnt been in a couple years....tough ground. I found an old sealed pipe.....I found this retrieved cache, the last time I was here....it was still on top of the foundation where I left it years ago. Later I went back and retrieved another empty cache buried at the corner of the foundation....it was a metal box buried in fine gravel 2 feet down....it was empty, and I only found 2 wheat pennies in the hole. Somone had recovered the cache years earlier, and had thrown the empty box back in the hole and covered it back.Funny how you tend to ignore the metaldetecting spots in your own neighborhood......after irma I found all types of treasure in my own neighborhood.....I will reexamine some spots only a block or 2 over from me.....one is a staging spot for hurricane debri, and after irma I found many silvers that had fallen out of a damaged liveaboard boat....my partner got a gold Mexican 50 pesos coin too. I also have some old plantation ruins in my neighborhood 1880s-1920s.....its pretty good stuff, and I rarely go there....time to check it out again !!
It's like the big High Park in Toronto, it just kept on giving.Bart, True about most people ignoring their own neighbourhood. When I started close to 30 years ago at least 2 guys had pounded the local parks and sports fields pretty hard for about 10 years prior to me. I was told by one of them I probably wouldn't find much well about 30 golds rings later, earrings, pendants, silver rings, old coins, buttons, relics and probably $5,000 in clad they must have missed some stuff....lol.