and a housing report.
Our weather continues to be warm for the time of year. We had some severe weather a couple of weeks ago that brought down a ton of pine tree limbs and trash. The yard looked like it did after hurricane Isaac, last year. It took Wanda and I two days of raking and burning to get the place cleaned up again.
Though we had our first frost this past week, the trees haven’t seemed to notice. A willow next to the neighbors pond.
And as you can see from the next picture, we could definitely use some rain.
Fall azaleas are still doing well.
As well as our hydrangea's.
On another front, I’ve had a few questions on how the house building was coming along. I guess it’s doing pretty good. From the blueprint,
to this in 90 days or so isn’t too bad.
Living room and kitchen area.
Kitchen cabinets which we built from scratch. Had to take off a couple of doors to install the dishwasher. I love those quick disconnect, hidden hinges.
We still have a couple days work left to be done. The front porch rail needs painting, and the dryer hookups have to be installed. A couple of specialty outlet covers which are being difficult to locate in our limited shopping area. I’m sure there are a few more things which will crop up. Always is, but the end is in sight.
I think the new Weyerhaeuser forester is going to be very happy with his new living arrangements.