Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Welcome to Our Lumberyard!

Here it is folks...our life savings, all stacked up on our front lawn! I think that it's all there, with the exception of the metal roofing, doors, and windows.
His and Hers garage doors. My door is on the left.
Here's our first wall, complete with entrance door and window.
WATCH THAT FIRST STEP; IT'S A DOOZY! For 20 years, we've stepped through our shed door onto the ramp(that gray thing in the front, surrounded by weeds). For the last week, we've had to remember to step DOWN 12 inches, when exiting the shed. We'll all be happy when the footings have cured, and they lower the shed down again.
Our contractor's brother made this cool little ramp out of the leftover concrete.

13 Comments:

At 6/14/2006 6:37 PM, Blogger Squirl said...

Woo-hoo, it's getting so close!!!

 
At 6/14/2006 7:34 PM, Blogger SME said...

Lookin' good!
I can see what you mean now about the shed needing paint.

 
At 6/15/2006 3:49 AM, Blogger Miranda said...

Wow! What a neat looking place!

 
At 6/16/2006 8:57 AM, Blogger European said...

I love the smell of fresh wood. Hmmmm!

 
At 6/16/2006 1:47 PM, Blogger Vancouver Voyeur said...

I'm with european, I also love the scent of fresh lumber. Is there anything better? I can't wait to see more! Thanks for posting.

 
At 6/16/2006 10:25 PM, Blogger Candace said...

Wow - that's some serious progress. How exciting! You'll be lookng forward to cold weather just so you can experience the luxury, LOL!

 
At 6/19/2006 7:56 PM, Blogger FreeThinker said...

Wow! No place here in San Francisco has that much room!

 
At 6/20/2006 5:35 AM, Blogger .: raven :. said...

wow ... building a new home?

how much fun is that? a lot of work but wow ...

 
At 6/20/2006 12:03 PM, Blogger Notta Wallflower said...

I love the "his and hers" garage entrances. Do you get your own set of power tools?

 
At 6/20/2006 7:39 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

Excitement is mounting Squirl!

Miranda, I told you guys that we live in the sticks!

Euro and VV, me too! It's been hot and muggy, which really releases all the wood smells.

Candace, hopefully we'll have it insulated by then.

Hi Fthink!! We also own 5-40'x 120' lots behind the garage. You'd think with all that land, it would be easy to place a garage...WRONG...setbacks are a bugger!!

Raven, just a garage. Thankfully, we have a nice snug house. I shudder to think of the work involved with building a whole house! ;)

Notta, we share the power tools, except for our cordless drills. I do have my own hammer and toolbelt though. ;)

 
At 6/21/2006 7:47 PM, Blogger Vest said...

Ah! I see you now as feeelthy reech landed Gentry, owning half of Rainier's available housing lots, how dare you plead poverty.
Sensible way to acquire retirement income. good luck with your building project.

 
At 6/23/2006 3:25 AM, Anonymous saby said...

deeleet, i tink you luv da deleeet bu tton so i deleet da big sheed da shedde iz zapped bongozooks

 
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