Barrel Ceiling

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February 20, 2007

Framing almost complete

After two weeks of no work (the snow and bitter cold kept everyone indoors, including six days of school closures), it looks as if the framing is almost complete.  The crew said they'd be doing windows Thursday or Friday.

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The roof paper is up. The barrel ceiling is all framed in. Stan is smiling and getting out of the way of the pictures :-)
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This is where it seemed that the plywood was "broken"--now I see why.  It's where two rooflines come together. Looking at the roof paper from one of the upstairs bedrooms. Our street address block was delivered while we were there!
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Stan and Jim (the brick guy)    
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