Monday, 07 November and Tuesday 08 November, 2016. Well, I've recovered full access to the blog (Whew!). I'm not sure how or why it happened, but, once I realized what happened, correcting it was fairly simple. My account got changed to another Google account that I have and I didn't notice it. Oh well, live and learn
I'm going to post a bunch of photos that really go with the post from last week. Especially the croc and the turtle. They're both cute. So, here goes.
|Putting Up the Bull-nose Forms|
The only bull-nose I've seen before is concrete tiles positioned around a pool. This is quite a creative solution. It'll slope back gently from the pool edge to the far side of the deck. This should help keep debris from draining directly into the pool.
|New Waterfall Pump|
It's going to be operating off 220 VAC, so a little bit more cost savings on the electrical front.
|Cut to Access Electrical Lines|
After the new house got built, I realized it was drastically undersized. Cutting the wire and extracting them allowed Bani, the electrician to run new #6 house wire, this time from the power panel street-side, direct to the new house. This also meant a new meter, so we're now a two-meter family. The Mennonite house will be on it's own circuit as well.
|Tarp Protecting This Side|
To protect the house and doors, they put up the plastic as they were Osphoing, priming, and applying the final coat, all with spray gun.
|New House Going Up Across Canal|
|Scraping off the Old Finish|
|Sample Stamping - Light Color|
|Sample Stamping - Dark Color|
|Trying Out Waterfall Tiles|
|Waterfall Pipe Outlet|
|Plastic and Steel Going Down|
|Charlotte, Dianna, Yavette and Tree|
|Noel's First Night Here|
The guys, fishing during their lunch beak, managed to catch a young croc. I'm sure if we hadn't been there, it probably would have been someones' evening stew. They are proected her
|Even Littler Turtle|
Oh, and before I forget, today is election day up in the States. We have hopes that Hillary will win, but we'll see. Dianna and I voted way back in September thanks to Washington State's progressive voting policies.