I’m not sure how a month has gone by since my last update, but it has. We have been very lucky with mostly
nice weather this Fall so lots of the outside projects continue to make forward progress. The front of the barn
is starting to look like it belongs in the nine million re-runs of Lonesome Dove that we watched in the camper
this summer………that was the plan.
I finally got to plant my last two Aspen trees from this summer……….and I am so glad that some landscaping
has gotten done this Fall…….less muddy dog feet on the new floors…..I didn’t say none, just less.
Bella loves the big rock in the front…….she is the Queen after all.
The giant pile of logs Corey moved over from the new house is now a giant pile of chopped wood, ready for
me to burn in the woodstove all winter.
Corey loves fencing………..NOT……..however he just can’t help himself and continues to work on getting it done.
The kitchen is finished…..I like it……it beats the camper anyday of the week.
I especially like the knobs I found for the drawers.
I especially like the fir floors, they really turned out nice, Cowboy likes them too.
I found some killer chairs in the clearance section of a local store, nineteen cents on the dollar……..now I just
need a table, we may be having Thanksgiving sitting in nice chairs around a plywood table on sawhorses……which
works fine too.
I like the copper miners sink in the powder room.
I could not get a good picture of the shower, it turned out well, corrugated metal walls and river rock
on the floor, which feels great on the feet 🙂
The great room is mostly done, Brian still has to finish the bar………..alittle empty, I am still searching for more
furniture for the same price as the chairs, not having much luck there. The woodstove is great, so warm, we are
heating the whole house with one fire a day right now.
We also installed another smaller stove downstairs.
More fencing for Corey……he did finish the pen off the barn…….the ugly green panels will be replaced with nice
And he finished the arena as well……….all by himself, I can take no credit here ………
He’s got his roping chutes done and ready for steers next Spring.
While I was out taking pictures Goose was taking a walk thru the woods. She’s 13 now, a Dutch Warmblood and we
have had her for 7 years……she is pregnant and due next year.
Goose you look very pregnant, you are not due until June…………
Brian is great, he’s our builder, and we are so thankful for him…..he can do anything and has made this whole
process go smoothly. Love you Brian.
And finally this week the siding is going on. I love the siding and the red trim around the windows.
Just a quick reminder of what this looked like when we started last May.
And how have we made it to this point, including living in a small camper with 4 dogs all summer……….just ask