Date

02/23/2016

Author

Janna Hafer

Category

Urban Frontier House

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02/21/16 - Since last November, Randy and I have spent a good portion of almost every weekend working at the new house. Our tasks have included such things as general carpentry, sanding, painting, and hauling all sorts of building materials, floor preparation, sweeping, shop vacuuming, and all around cleaning. Our contractor handles the “big” stuff and we tackle the “do-it-yourself” stuff. Anything we do is something we don’t have to pay someone else to do. I can’t tell you how many recycled boards Randy has cut and installed for walls, ceilings, and floors. Speaking of recycling, one of our tasks is to separate the leftover “trash.” We don’t have a construction dumpster on our building site but we do have recycling containers for paper, plastic, metal, and cardboard. The cardboard, in particular, adds up quickly! Fortunately, during the trash separation, the watch I lost last fall resurfaced and it still had the correct time! There are still work weekends ahead of us, but every little bit brings us closer to being able to move in and we all know how much fun moving is :)
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