September 23, 2009
Maybe, to some of you out there, this object looks familiar, but I certainly didn't know what it was when I saw it leaning against the wall in the kitchen. The scalloped pattern in the wood looked like a decorative trim, but I couldn't imagine where it belonged. Can you guess what this is for? Do you give up?
Pretty as it is, it turns out this scalloped board won't be visible at all in the finished kitchen. It sits under the floorboards to hold the PEX tubing for the radiant heating system Richard is installing. Our original design plan included toe kicks for the kitchen, but radiant heat is going to be so much nicer!
In the basement, Richard shows Kevin how the new heating system works
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We know we NOW!!!! It's really a tempplate for cutting Tom Silva's crew Balony Sandwiches for lunch, like Norm Tommy makes templates for everything and to ensure speed and uniformity he made this so the sandwiches are all the same and the crew can get back to work quicker! Good job on the web cam and blog, can't wait for the season premire in a couple of weeks :>
A baloney sandwich template! Now why didn't I think of that?
There is only one kind of scalloping in the kitchen I am interested in; and this is not it.
This is really nice illustrative posting on scalloping. I think I would visit this blog more often.
Another perspective on "What is it?", but in regard to your house. From the angle in the photo,it looks just like ours,which is an early prefabricated Gordon Van Tine home delivered to our railroad station in the early 20's. The catalog is reprinted and available through Dover books. We feel lucky to have some of the original documents.
This is a good attempt to come clear on scalloping.And I am sure it is lucid now.
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