Foundation Sealed

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Carpet & Tile
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Kids at the house
Kitchen looks great!
Closets and Countertops
Ceramic Floors
Trim Carpentry
Up-to-Date View
Mudding Started
Drywall Started
Joint Compound
Brick Work
Insulation Started
Hardy Board
Barrel Ceiling
Roof Paper
Roof Structure
Rest of Trusses
Second Floor Walls
Second Floor Started
First Trusses
Main Level Walls
Walls Going Up!
Main Level Floor
Floor Joists
Framing Started!
Delivered Lumber
Compacted Dirt
Rough Grading
Basement Slab
Foundation Sealed
Drains Roughed-In
Poured Foundation
Foundation Forms
Utility Access
Poured Footings
Huge Hole
Empty Lot


December 21, 2006

They've sealed the foundation, but   They're also moving dirt.  I'm not quite sure what they're moving where, but it's clear that dirt has moved since yesterday!

It was raining so hard that Stan didn't get out of the car to take a close-up picture.

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I'm not as smart as Stan, so I did get out and traipse through the mud.

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The painted tar area is what is new!

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The dirt has been moved around a bit--it's getting closer to garage level.

Can we say muddy?  Sure.  I knew we could.

 Not only did my "muddy shoes" get muddy, my jeans got muddy.  So did the clean shoes I tried to change back into.  So did my sweater.

I stopped by to drop off some donuts for the crew--but they weren't there.  It was too muddy to move dirt.  (Or rather, too muddy).  While I was there, the guy in charge of earth movement stopped by to be sure that the utilities had been marked.  He said he'd come back to do the sewer pipes on Saturday.  I gave him the donuts.   

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