31 December, 2008

Happy New Year 2009!

First of all, I'd like to wish everyone a safe, happy and prosperous new years. If everyone would feel as safe and secure as Miss Blue does as she's napping on my office desk.
Miss Blue, Safe and Secure
Well, all except the crooks who caused the financial mess for so many. May they spend an eternity counting pennies and nothing but.

Our walls continue to go up and up. A lot of progress in just a few days. I'm impressed.
Southwest View
Southeast View
A view a little farther away, and one a lot further. Probably in a week or so, work will begin on the roof.
Farther
Further
Views now right from the deck. You can almost see the sliding glass doors.
Esidoro mudding in a switch box
Bob cutting a switch box hole
Esidoro and Bob
Here's a couple of views of the house Mae and Craig are doing across the street from us. I took a break and strolled over to kibitz and sight-see.
Upstairs Back
South Side
Front Quarter
It's looking pretty good. Well, whoever moves in, it'll be nice to have some close-by neighbors.

And again, we're wishing everyone a great new year. Stay safe.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous1/1/09 10:12

    And a Happy New Year to you and Dianna too. I noticed the temp was on 72' so you must be finding it tough. 45' but quite comfortable. Progress is the staple of the day at your place. Wow! Norm

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  2. Happy New Year to you both from Tofield, Alberta -9 F. Your guest house is taking shape very nicely. We look forward to following the progress and hearing about your other adventures during the upcoming year.
    Vivien and Denis

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  3. Happy New Year Dave & Dianna!

    We were up at the Fred U Harris #70's New Year's Extravaganza last night, and missed you guys. Don & Shelly had guests, so missed it as well; we partied down with our neighbors (the Peytons) and a couple of new members from Olympia #1.

    We really enjoy reading your Blog, and wish you all the best for the coming year! Keep in touch.

    Fraternally,
    Jon.

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