October 18, 2016 AsktheBuilder Newsletter

This is my favorite time of year. The eye candy around me is beyond belief.

Autumn in the Northeast United States, I’m told, is like no other place on the planet. I believe I’ve heard there’s a part of Japan that gets the same vibrant color.

If so, those people are lucky, very lucky.

This month has been filled with travel, and another short trip to Dallas, TX happens a week from today. More on that below.

Add to that a special amateur radio event I did ten days ago and my oldest daughter Meghan, see her just to the right with the words Meghan Method over her, is here to visit right now and one can see how it adds up to one busy past three weeks!

CLICK HERE to see unbelievable fall color photos I saw on my trip up into Maine for my radio event. The colors were that vibrant.

Dan’s Deck Over Dilemma

Dan lives in CT. He wrote to me overnight. I’ve been waiting for his question to come in for over two years.


I took this photo over two years ago and have been waiting and waiting for the perfect question to come in so I could use it. CLICK HERE to see why it was so important to save.

Dallas TX Meet Up

A week from today right now (it will be October 25, 2016), I’m typing this just after 8 am ET, I’ll be in an airplane headed to Dallas, Texas.

I’m attending a special event put on by Honeywell to see some of their latest technology products. You know I’ll share with you what I discover.

It’s a fast in-and-out trip as I’ll be taxiing for takeoff from Dallas at 7:15 am the following morning to get back to NH!

But, I was lucky enough to schedule my incoming flight so I can spend two hours with you!

If you want to attend one of the FUN AsktheBuilder.com meet ups and you live in the Dallas / Ft. Worth area, this could be your LAST CHANCE.

The meet up will be at Dave and Buster’s at 9450 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75231 at 2 pm. I need to scoot at 4 pm, so we’ve got two hours.

We just chit chat at a meet up and you’re allowed to ask any question you want. Many are fascinated by what’s behind the magic curtain of AsktheBuilder.com and how the operation works.

If you have a problem at your home, you can come and I’ll try to solve it. Bring photos!!!!

If you plan to attend, let me know. We already have a group and there’s room for more! REPLY to this email and let me know. Once I have the final list, I’ll share my incoming flight details with you and you’ll be able to track me to ensure I’m arriving on time.

If you want extra quality time, you can pick me up from Love Field in Dallas for the ride to Dave and Buster’s.

New Quizzes

I promised you a new quiz with each newsletter, but alas I’ve fallen down.

With all that’s been going on, I didn’t want to rush one out the door and it not be up to snuff. Believe me, there’s going to be quite a few new ones coming at you.

In fact, my daughter Meghan suggested I take these fun quizzes to the next level. I’d still do the fun quizzes but she suggested that I offer a more in-depth online study course where you get certified as an official AsktheBuilder.com Master Craftswoman or man. More on this possibility in a few weeks.

If you’re a new subscriber in the past two weeks, or a seasoned subscriber and you missed this, here’s an example of a FUN QUIZ.

CLICK HERE do discover the depths of your Rough Carpentry Ignorance. That’s a reference to one of my most memorable college professors.

Okay, I need to scoot because it’s time to spend more time with Meghan before she heads back to California this afternoon.

SEE YOU IN DALLAS next week hopefully!

Tim Carter

Founder – http://www.AsktheBuilder.com

Do It Right, Not Over!


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