A Family Adventure


Tyson, Emilie & Isaac

Days 125-128

November 10, 2010
Emilie Phillips

Brick facing on the downstairs wall going in.

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Pretty closet doors downstairs.

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Garage/Attic insulation in progress

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And insulation complete

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Covers on all sorts of switches and outlets. And yes some of them are a little crooked

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Linen closet in the bathroom (with special bump in for the ventilation chase).

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Ooh look at the closet.

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Kitchen sink

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Brick complete and the itty-bitty wood stove arrived

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The smallest of the expensive lights. No glass put up yet.

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We had to open the stove crate and look inside.

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Valences up stairs

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My idea to spruce up the ceiling downstairs. You get to vote if it is dorky or not.

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Wood stove in hiding.

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Lights, camera, action!

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All natural materials that will go into the stairs.

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The kitchen pretty well complete

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One really big fan

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A start at the stairs

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Things are starting to get cleaned up so we can actually see the floors

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The stairs completed (almost, we still need to stain and finish them, which has to wait until they are dry. We’ll see if that all works.)

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Downstairs family room unmasked

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We got our blower door test done tuesday. Preliminary results are good. I’ll post when I get all the details. The fire marshall approved our wood stove installation. And the building inspector approved almost everything except he needs to come back and check the stairs and then we can get an occupancy permit hopefully.

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    • That’s the skinny skimpy insulation in the unheated garage. You should check out the insulation in the main house 🙂

      The one thing about the kitchen that we’ll see if it works or not is the fact that we don’t have a range hood. We do have the whole house ventilation drawing from the kitchen which we are hoping is enough.