Sometimes smaller projects deliver the biggest bang.
That was true for Bill and Jo Wagstaff. When the reality of COVID-19 hit and their slate of travel plans were canceled, they decided to tackle a long-talked about task – revamping the ceilings on their front porch and back deck.
“We do a lot of walking, and we noticed the cedar decking in newer construction,” Jo said. “We didn’t like the painted plywood ceilings on our porch and deck.”
Jo recently retired from a 34-year career at Whitworth University, where she coached women’s tennis, and served as associate athletic director.
Bill had already retired from teaching science and coaching tennis at
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