Monday, February 18, 2013

Watching Frank Build Lesson Rooms

IT'S NOT EASY letting the other guy do all the work. But why stand in the way of progress?

We are building new lesson rooms in the far back room at Second String Music. We have some big plans for the retail space on the far east side, and it's time we got some dedicated areas for guitar lessons. Jim Bier is steadily building his student list and I am booked, we can always find room for students or get them in to our great lesson partners at Vancil Performing Arts Music Department.

Once again, Cheeseburger Roadie of Doom Frank Haxel finds himself in the right place at the right time (pffffttt) and he's building the lesson rooms. He put together the wall frame Sunday afternoon while I made sure the door stay locked and Fast Eddie wasn't panicking. I did help Frank lift the frame up and press really hard against the wall. And I vacuumed. A lot.

In the coming weekends we'll be putting up the drywall and moving in. Jim will be a little sad about moving out of the old bank vault area and I will try to get a picture of him crying.

Saturday is our two-year anniversary, which we can't believe, and if you stop by we'll be glad to show you the new project, and the very cool discovery we just made concerning the back vault area.  Don't mind the party, we hope to have music all day and snacks to munch on.

We love it at Fifth and Maine!

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