Construction Work - manly work: great picture Page

I´m doing construction a lot. It´s one of the manliest jobs in my eyes. It´s about male bonding, blood, sweat and doing something productive...

I stumbled across a great picture page, celebrating this kind of business:

Construction workers

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That is a great page, thanks for sharing it!!

Glad you like it. :)

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