Monthly Archives: December 2006

Inner Scaffold Down

Today we removed all of the interior scaffolding from our tiny cottage. At one point I hit the cross tensioning rebar that is yet to be encased in cement. It rang the drum of the roof in a most incredible … Continue reading

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Cap Sealed On Tight

Yesterday afternoon with the storm predicted we finished up the ends of the tin foil cap for the tiny cottage, adding vertical sheets of the Foil-Bubble-Bubble-Foil to the end walls and taping down the roof flaps with duct tape. This … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Vermont

Outdoors: 40°F/23°F Partially SunnyFarm House: 64°F/52°F Two logsTiny Cottage: 52°F/58°F End wall foil & flaps

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Christmas Tree Cutting

Here we are cutting our Christmas tree for 2006. We just couldn’t make up our mind. They all looked so good when they were standing. After cutting them down they looked kind of spindly, like Charlie Brown Xmas trees. Gives … Continue reading

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