Jun 162012
 

The wiring is roughed in, the plumbing, too. The heating is ducted all around. The crawl space is buttoned up and we passed all the inspections. Next week we’ll be putting up insulation and the drywall process will start. We are putting in a window between the commercial kitchen and the gift shop and to get it made just the way we wanted, we had to order it from New Zealand! I tried to get it in the U.S., but they wouldn’t make it the size I needed – so… just another reminder that while we can do a lot locally, we are truly a global community.

Bare bones where window will go

Bare bones where window will go

Here’s what the striped walls look like.

They brought the window to the farm where it’s being stored. Key part of this picture are the FOOTPRINTS on the crate. Sure hope the inside is ok!!

You will have to wait until it’s installed to see why we went to these great lengths to get it.

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