Here are the roofers almost finished.
This is the back side of the house.
This has been the most fun project I have ever worked on. What will I do next?
|Just two days old, still a little wobbly,|
but starting to buck and play
|The newborn baby horse tail is|
so cute and fuzzy
|He's never far from Mom|
|You can see how tiny he is next to the mares|
and the feeder
|He is friendly and curious. He'll walk to|
you in the pasture.
|The hen and chicks crossing the back yard|
|the turkeys are almost to the safety of the|
brush; the guineas showed up too
|view of garden, Dot House and cottage from|
the horse pasture
|four o'clocks just beginning to open late in|
This is one view of our neighbors land overlooking
oak and cedar forests sheltering local wildlife,
such as deer, turkeys, quail, coyotes, bobcats,
raccoons, ducks, and an occasional elk.
|The beginnings of the new house in late May|
|Within days the forms were set for the foundation|
|Pouring the cement|
|With forms removed, it begins to look like a house|
|Finishing the garage floor|
|The house is taking shape|
|Right, electrician Gene is installing the temporary|
power for building. On the left is Dick the owner.
View from kitchen window. Did I mention
how beautiful his land is?
|Rafters and joists going on.|
View from back; right bottom window is bedroom &
left bottom window is family room; right top window
is master suite, middle is kitchen and 4 windows on
left are in living room
|close to being enclosed|
|Enclosed and ready for shingles|
|In one day the shingles are on|
This is the view from his living room - it's