Monthly Archives: November 2012

We’ll Just Have to See

    Monday Dan easily fixed the panel to give us access to the back of the refrigerator, and Peter finished the installation that afternoon. It seems to be working fine. Steve, the architect, also came up Monday morning, and … Continue reading

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Done by Thanksgiving?

  If you recall, Joe, the contractor, said they would be done by Thanksgiving. That’s mostly true. We now have our certificate of occupancy and have paid Joe, but there a couple of things left to do. One is they … Continue reading

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As Usual

  It was an interesting week. Andy broke in the wood stove, which meant for a few days it exuded some steam and fumes, setting off the smoke alarms. (The instruction manual said this was normal.) That’s why the ear … Continue reading

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Getting Closer

    The electricity and plumbing have passed their final inspections! The bathroom is finished except for the mirror over the basin, and the kitchen is almost done–the countertops have been installed and we now have running water. It still … Continue reading

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Planning Ahead, Getting Organized

  The above picture of the bathroom with the grab bars tickles my funny bone. Andy insisted we plan ahead, that we might need them in a couple of years because of our age. I, however, can’t help thinking that … Continue reading

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