For those that haven't had the pleasure of meeting Mike. Here he is in all his glory. Great guy, super host, if you get a chance to meet him you won't regret it. I went down to Gunnison, CO to help him assemble part of his new garage. Got a few pictures to share. We did a little shooting on Friday, and I received some proper firearms instruction. Only got one covert picture of Mike with my Enfield. Everyone knows those old Marines love their pictures taken but it's a dicey prospect when they are armed. The rest are garage photos. The assembly is a series of arches that bolt together. There are 7 pieces and 138 bolts per arch. It's about 31 feet long and 15 feet tall. Scaffolding is required and at least 2 people. The arch bases sit in a groove along the edge of the concrete pad. Unfortunately for us it snowed the week before I came out so we had to remove 6" of ice down the last half of the grooves. I think Mike spent about 2 hours hammering away with a sledge and crowbar. Temps ranged from 10 to 40 degrees throughout the days. Sounds cold but it isn't all that bad in the sun. Got all but the very last arch completely asssembled. Anyway it was a good time. My only advice coming away from this project is as follows: Avoid the blue tequilla bottle at all costs.