And things aren’t quire the same without Joe. Nevertheless, the project marches on.
Sheetrocking hides a myriad of issues, ahem, and gives definition to the space. We pay for sheetrocking by the square foot. Not of the house, but of the number of sheets consumed. So, my job is to make sure nothing too large gets tossed out.
The wine cellar woodwork looks nice enough to be on a fine sailboat. The wood was a garage sale score. Strode made it sweet. The door, however, was ordered at 6’ tall and eight weeks later showed up at 60” tall. Maybe it would fit on a sailboat.
Many people never get around to finishing the garage, so we did ours first. Of course, who knows if we will ever finish the rest of the house!
Kitchen cabinets are piling up ready for install.
Our faux copper tin ceiling for the dining room is all done.
The living room ceiling is tongue and groove cvg cedar. Terry is prepping it.
Onward and upward.