This is the beginning of constructing The Arch. There are many buildings (including the train station) here in SB which use The Arch as an architectural feature. We wanted to put some of the integrity and history of our area into our cottage so we fashioned our entry to emulate The Arch, which is present in so many buildings that are original to our little beach town.
I'll take you on a picturesque visit to the Stone Store (RCP) soon, and show you how tough it was for me to make a decision on which stone to use. Seriously. After this I'm never going to make a decision again. My decision maker is plum wore out.
loving touch black thumb at all.
doesn't hate me is much happier now. This tree got pretty hacked by wind in our last storm and some of its branches were about to fall into my neighbor's yard/house. Now they are all laced up and this view is of me lying on my patio enjoying the view from below. (Day dreaming of moving back into my cottage.) It's safe to come outside now John!
My poor neighbors have been listening to jack hammers and nail guns and me construction workers cussing in my yard for 8 months now. I'm gonna owe them a lot of home made ice cream this summer!
MERCYWhat do you think the chances are, that this, in addition to the cottage renovation, will be move-in ready by end of June? I know right? Haaa, ha, ha, haaa!
Oh, who cares if it's done by June. I'll just pitch a tent 'down the beach' and enjoy the view!
Many blessings to all of you. I'm counting mine every day!