Awe, the creative minds of hard working young men. We gave our sons, and their friends that were with us, the task of rigging whatever vice or vices they needed to get two large stacks of firewood from the front to the back of our property. Here is their ingenuity come to life and the neatly piled wood after. Oh, and a photo of the fun that ensued afterward. The memories that they will have from this is priceless, and for me too.
It was an incredible day to turn on the kitchen faucet INSIDE the house. We have hot and cold running water. Incredible.
The concrete has been form fitted for the shower floor. We are so excited that we laid out a couple of the sheets of river rock just to see what it’s going to look like. Sweet is the word that came to mind.
This is what we have been using for the last two years as our shower. Yes, I’ve been caught once by someone driving by but mostly the only on-lookers are the cattle and they don’t seem impressed. This is soon changing, now that we have indoor plumbing going in. Yahoo!
Finally folks, we have lift off, well a lift station. The city provides city sewer; however, they require a lift station to connect to their city sewer line and those are not cheap. We saved money until finally we could afford the lift station and it was installed last week. Hallelujah! This week, Bob ran the water line to bring water into the house. The first thing he hooked up was a toilet. I’m singing his praises. One has never been so thankful for indoor plumbing as I was this week. Kisses and hugs to my hubby.
Picture of Trevor installing OSB on the interior walls of the bathroom. This is where the shower will be.