Concrete and Walls

Today I wanted to show you the concrete slab and some of the walls going up with a crane. By the end of the week, I should be able to show you the completed second story!!!!!!

We could walk on it the same evening of the day it was poured! Then the framer came out to snap lines of all the walls he needed to build.

The framer builds the walls on the ground and uses the crane to lift them into place. He has also added the floor joists, and some metal beams – but I don’t have pictures that show those yet!

More later – I still need to share photos from a water party, the trip to the children’s meusem, the zoo and a great movie night. *Sigh* Not enough hours in the day.

Now, back to getting fabric listed…..


3 Responses to “Concrete and Walls”

  1. 1 law June 2, 2008 at 10:04 pm

    Walls are good….


  2. 2 Mom June 3, 2008 at 2:34 am

    Exciting to see the progress. Keep the good news coming 🙂
    Love you all,

  3. 3 Anonymous June 3, 2008 at 4:19 am

    THANKS for the update on your house progress & work! Terrific! Hang in there with everything! I’m thinking of you lots! Love, Aunt Marie

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