Initially, the enclosure seemed to be progressing at warp speed. Now? Not so much. You'll notice that Part One was dated March 24. It was estimated that the project would take one month. GAH!
In the meantime, all of the items that once lived in the garage and attic
My cat is getting tired of all of the commotion that has disrupted our lives for the past two months. She thinks it's ridiculous that work has to come to a halt for so many inspections: electric, gas, insulation, sheetrock, bedrock and the kitchen sink. It seems that she has developed a habit of sticking out her tongue in disgust. I can't really blame her.
We have chosen the stone that will adorn our new gas fireplace. It has some fancy name, but I like to call it "Rustic"!
This will give you an idea of
Now, it's starting to resemble a family room.
We also have a new little porch. One day
I will have a separate laundry room
which means I can get all of those darn clothes out of the bedroom floor which will also house the deep freeze.