One Step At A Time 

It’s not often that I lather, rinse and repeat as per the shampoo directions but it was necessary recently. I was sufficiently dusty enough that I actually washed my hair 3 times.

I was tackling the next project in line towards completion of the Continue reading

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Getting Close! 

Perhaps we can both sense that the end of this big project is near. We are both staying focused and pushing forward. There is, of course, never quite enough time for all the detail work but we carve out hours here and there.  Continue reading

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Bundle of Joy with Back Pain

I inadvertently posted the house blog on the  other blog and tried some new technology to switch it over. It has worked; sort of but not exactly how I envisioned it would. Now I am struggling trying to carry the link over from the other site but perhaps I have it now. I am not sure if the photos will have come with it or not. I sure hope so. Click on the link below:

Bundle of Joy Part 3


Shortly after I posted that this afternoon we started on yet another phase of the downstairs projects so stay tuned for more quick updates.

Thanks to all the visitors today from a Meanwhile In Saskatchewan post on Facebook. It’s nice to have so many folks check out what we did with out 1918 Eaton’s Eager and the journey it has taken us on.

Bernie 

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Just as envisioned!

Every once in a while things turn out exactly like you envision. It doesn’t happen often so it is worth celebrating. We are extremely pleased with how the  Continue reading

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Slowly, slowly, slowly 

It’s like this every winter it seems. The list is so long and has so many projects. BUT I just won’t post here until the Continue reading

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Trimming along

Sometimes in the winter we need some time to recharge our batteries after a busy outdoor season of work. Despite what people believe we aren’t Continue reading

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Technically

Technically, and with an engineer it’s always technically, he didn’t lie to me. He said the plan was to Continue reading

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