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I'm too tired to post more than the one photo shown above tonight. Suffice to say that they finished the adobes, got the last row up over the lintels, and it's starting to look like a house.
Tomorrow, they'll build the frame for the bond beam. The monopour is scheduled for 1:00 PM Friday, so we need to hope that the rain holds off long enough for them to finish. It'll have the weekend to harden; then Monday, they begin with spiral posts and vigas.
We need more hours in the day.
We also need shares. Shares of our YouCaring page via the widgets it provides, particularly the widget code from the purple box at the lower right-hand corner of the page, which gives you this:
Shares of Wings's Web site, so that we can, with luck, generate enough sales to meet day-to-day expenses and continue to throw some of that toward the construction of the house. It was 41 when I got up yesterday morning, roughly at dawn. This means it's getting into the upper 30s overnight. I also means that we're in for an early winter, and probably a hard one. We need to keep the guys working straight through to get this done.
I got almost no sleep last night, which means that I'm half-dead right now. I'm just going to say thank you to everyone one more time, and then I'm going to bed. I'll pick everything back up in the morning.
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