We are about finished. I still have to tie in the electric, but mark says he is getting William Pressley to come over and do the mudding. I am a mudder but I am a lot slower. William used to do all my houses, but with business slow, he will take about any work. Self employment carries a lot of problems in slack time, many times you scrounge for work. I will be glad to see William.
Seems this has been on before, me at the steps that caused Sherry’s distress.
Antonio, Mark and henry hanging the Dry wall.
I know all these pictures are hard to make out, but on the left is the storage building. the building actually looks bigger than it really is, because the front section is the metal storage building we enclosed with white vinyl siding.
With so much jammed into the space it is hard to make out. but above is ‘OUR SWING’, I made it years ago and a lot of problems have been discussed in this swing. So I built around it. The main storage building and deck are behind it.
These shots are the final look with the fascia and soffit in place. I will later, of course,, underpin the structure.
The shot of Sherry’s steps, I hope eventually we can joke about it.
Sherry is doing well. I am trying my best to keep her settled, but she wants to be independent (of course). She is anxious to get a permanent cast on that arm, one that does not lock her elbow!!!
Thanks for coming by the log.
Famous church bulletin bloopers:
A bean supper will be held on Tuesday evening in the church hall. Music will follow..
This is a beauty, 1909 Packard, very well might have been serviced at the above service station.