Author Archives: bernielynne

Window Wall

We have commenced a project many years in the making; a family photo wall. I, of course, start with the concept. Then he draws it to scale and we discuss. And then typical of our personalities we start. I start … Continue reading

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One Man’s Junk

Like usual with house blogs I have so many options for titles. We came, we saw, we

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Loose Ends

I double checked and I don’t actually have a title that matches this. In all honesty I am a bit surprised by that. It’s seems like in late fall early winter we always clear up loose ends and do an … Continue reading

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Shut Down

We weren’t really able to squeeze many work days out of September, mostly because the weather acted like it was mid October. Lots of cool cloudy days and several bouts of snow. Which means we didn’t get where we wanted … Continue reading

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Screeching Halt

We’ve come to a bit of a screeching halt here right during prime construction season. First the weather was too hot for mortar and that slowed the progress right down. Now the stone mason and his apprentice are down

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First Time Ever

For the first time ever the construction delay was not the rain but rather the

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Herbie to the rescue

For the first few months we spent a lot of time removing Herbie board. Well the real name is particle board but we nicknamed it Herbie board because he used it everywhere. For some background Herbie

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