Regardless the steel frames for the dining room and lounge extensions are up. This is good because it means that there is finally something exciting to put on the timelapse (new movie here). It is also good because it gives a real feel for the shape and size of the finished house. It's big and pretty much as I imagined it.
The roof on the bothy is also finished and slated. Looks grand. Meeting with builder and architect tomorrow to discuss how big the delay is and that all important question, will we be in for Christmas?
|View from the south showing the steel for the dining room. This will be filled with glass to make the most of the nice views and also the passive solar heating (if the sun ever shines)|
|Dinning room from inside|
|Our roof will be held up by these bolts! Hmmm|
|There's that curved bit of steel again. That will be the family bathroom|
|This piece of wall will be left bare to show of the original stonework|
|General view showing the house and bothy|
|Bothy looking a lot more complete than the house!|
|Whilst sifting through the 9800 timelapse photos from the last two weeks I cam across this (and the following three were the same). I think its a buzzard checking out the camera. Would explain all the half eaten rabbits around the place.|