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Zippity Do Da

I kind of feel like I missed the boat. This post is like 8 days old and I only had a title inserted. It’s now obsolete as we’ve moved way on beyond what it originally was about. Which means the … Continue reading

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Drafting the Design

I am super stoked to record here that we have nailed down the design for the veranda and balcony. Our daughter thinks the drawing is worth framing and I would agree (if he fills in the blank spots).

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Mega Excited 

My title is a pun on the name of the paving tiles that now are an intrinsic part of our patio. The biggest area is done in the paving stone pattern called Megalibra. But the guys call it W and … Continue reading

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Starry Starry Night 

Starry starry night Soak your muscles nice and easy Look out on a winter’s night With eyes that know the lightness in my soul Shadows from the trees and watch the northern lights Catch the breeze and feel the winter … Continue reading

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Hold The Press

Hold the press, seriously. Prepare yourselves for what I’m about to write! The two big retaining walls are DONE!! He did the last pour today. 

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One Away 

It’s all over in one pour but now the finish lines seems elusively far away. That because the stone mason, who likes to start and complete one project, has galavanted off to start the next big project. I’m like “we’re … Continue reading

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The Fourth Quarter 

It’s the start of the fourth quarter here and the excitement is building. The first three-quarters were like a

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