Our builder’s hard workers — persevering through snow and wind — are really moving on the dream house for Thor and me!
NOTE: People have been asking to follow our progress as Thor and I pursue our quest for our dream home with sunsets over the Salish Sea. So starting with my post of 5/21/22, we set out.
Last time, we were excited to return from vacation to find footings and the first row of low framing for the crawl space. After that, things quickly took off, with flooring and the first wall.
I couldn’t wait to bring up lawn chairs to sit in what will be our great room:
On our next visit, the frame for the great-room windows facing the sea view were in place, and more walls.
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2 thoughts on “The Rambling Writer’s Quest for Home, part 9: Framing Walls!”
I can’t wait until they get the stairs installed. There is no way I will climb a ladder to the second story like Sara did. I want a staircase with two handrails and somebody behind to catch me.
Hard to believe it’s finally happening!