Caution: Mimes at Work
Holly and Ben are parging the walls of our new building. They are doing such a good job that I hesitate to tell them about the Emperor’s new clothes.
Another View of Blocks on Slab
Here’s looking back at the building and slab from the opposite direction to give a different perspective on the project. Ben, in the far back, is at what some might think of as the entrance which is really the exit. More about that later.
Working with concrete is rather being so permanent, so this playing with blocks is important. Over the past year and a half I’ve drawn plans and plans and plans. Revisions upon revisions. Finally with the slab there I have a large enough flat space to actually layout what the building might look like. Making a full scale mockup has given me more ideas and senses of space resulting in further refinement of our plans. I like to keep it flexible until it’s truly set in stone. Even then I don’t promise not to make changes…
Will using Sky Hook
Will, on the far right at the back, is pointing up at the sky hook in our new building. Contrary to some of the wonderful guess it won’t be a huge ice cream refrigerator (sorry, Holly) and it won’t be a skating rink for a production of “Swine Lake“. Although, the sky hook would be a great way to help levitate the sow ballerina should her massive weight prove too great for her partner. These fresh photos might give you more ideas for our new venture. Keep on guessing. Everyone who gets it right gets one point. Creative plausible or even fanciful guesses get bonus points!
Possible Layout Outline
I’ve drawn in the walls for one layout along the concrete blocks to make this particular design more visible. Looking at it here reminds me of one of those children’s mazes from books. Can you get from the entrance to the exit? I suppose you would need to know where they each are… Okay, so a clue: enter in the lower right. Now where’s that darn exit? Remember, you have to visit all the right rooms in the right order. Keep on with the great guesses in comments about what this is all for…
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