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Workroom Lighting!

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Lighting in my fiber workroom (courtesy of Kim).  I like it!20160104_122644

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It seems progress has been slow, but most often is moving forward.  Thanks for keeping tabs on us!  20160104_113408

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Kim diligently researched the best device for our needs and installed it.  A  couple of days later, after starting a fire in the masonry fireplace, when he returned to close the drafts, the unit was leaking antifreeze and water all over the floor.  The control panel had been melted to render it ineffective!  Besides having to immediately reroute the pipes to prevent further fluid loss, he now had to come to terms as to what to do next.

After contacting the company, they sent another unit (left), which fortunately appears to work better than the first and has not yet had problems.  We certainly wish we could have avoided all the delays and inconvenience … and replacing the part did not replace the hours he had invested in the installation.  But … it appears we are back where we started from and can move ahead again!
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Upper panels to cover denim insulation.  Kitchen studding start before adding green board (sink, etc. will go there) per code specifications.
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20160104_112925 The finished earth plaster wall, before and after painting.  Not sure which one I like better, but without paint, the sand in the wall finish would gradually wear off.  We can always change the color if it doesn’t fit with the color scheme we THINK we want.20151124_142314 20160104_112910

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Please forgive my caulking job.  The log home builders said it is better to be over caulked rather than under!IMG_0870 20151026_092557 20151023_093222

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