The numbers are somewhat skewed because there have been a few where I forgot to 'save-as' and overwrote an existing drawing. There might be an additional ten or so drawing that simply vanished as a result of forgetfulness. Oh well. Here's the end result.
You might ask, "Dave, what software did you use to make such a fine drawing from?", or something like that.
Well, I'll tell you. "I used an open-source (as in totally free) program called Sweet Home 3D ® Version 5.0.1 (www.sweethome3d.com/)." Eteks is the company, and the founder/driving force is Emmanuel Puybaret, firstname.lastname@example.org. He's French, but don't hold that against him. For a free software program, it is pretty cool and it's easy to learn as well.
|Final and Working Drawing of the Proposed Addition|
Carl is relatively new to contracting, but is not new to Corozal and Belize. He has a very good crew working for him. Between Carl and his lead man, Omar, it's hard to tell who is more of a perfectionist. If you like what you see here and in subsequent postings as the construction process unfolds, I suggest you get in touch with Carl. You can call him at 501-636-5270, or email him at email@example.com.
We like working with Carl and his men very much. In the eight, going on nine years that we've lived here in Corozal, we've worked with a few contractos, so we can speak from some experience.
Day One - 20 September, 2015Getting things started, since we had an empty crate of Belikin bottles just hanging around, Carl and Omar took advantage of that and did a rough layout in the yard of the proposed addition, using the bottles to mark the boundaries of the project.
|Belikin Bottles Set the Boundaries for the Project|