All of my day has been based around knocking an old garage down so that a greenhouse can go up in it's place.
It's all odd jobs for me this week, greenhouse goes up tomorrow so that will probably take all day, then on Thursday, I'm painting a load of fence panels and then I'm off for a couple of weeks.
I use to love demo work since it is mostly a no-brainer as long as you don't cause a structural collapse of things you need to save. Dirty as hell most of the time though.
I've had my hand in rehabbing many homes around my town and a lot of them were 100 or so years old. It's crazy how much dirt accumulates in a house that old, especially with plaster and lath walls.
I tore out 2 walls and the entire roof of my large storage shed last year to rebuild it due to water and old termite damage. Three days and about $1000 later and it was back good as new.