Friday, November 30, 2007

Logs came today ~ this is kind of like Blog Cabin!

Loading on the side of house. Thank goodness I have such great neighbors ~ they took these pictures and helped to direct the "forklifter"(that's my Bush~ism). My Beaver neighbors are great for a million reasons.

Check that out.

Semi parked outside our gate. It appears they unloaded from the county road.


Yes, I think this "forklift" worked much better than using our little backhoe w/ straps!!



This is what we witnessed our way home the other night.. isn't this amazing!! This is from my cell phone.




The sky looked like this for at least an hour... I was simply amazed at the beauty ~ looks like a Thomas Kinkade painting!





The load bearing wall in the basement.






This was the semi that Mike, my dad and our neighbor unloaded w/ the backhoe & straps.
We were so lucky to have such a nice driver, he actually helped us to unload (we of course tipped him for his wonderful service) ~ it took 3 1/2 hours to unload!







7 comments:

GoofyJ said...

Love the sunset pics - Wow! And how exciting for the cabin to be coming along so well! Yippee! :)

Chris H said...

AWESOME photos... keep them coming!!!! You are so lucky mate!

The Lowest Rated Blog said...

Terri

Good looking photos, good looking place, and I can see a lot of good progress made. Good luck. Have a fine Vegas weekend.

cfs

Nancy said...

wow..... If I were a jealous type then I'd be soooo green with envy right about now! haha! I can't believe how quickly your cabin is being built. It looks quite large, too! It's going to be such a nice place for you and your family.

I'm so happy for you - you deserve it too!

Linda said...

Hi there
I read your post on Chris's blog and it was still the 30th over here also whilst those in other parts of the world were excitied about it being their 1st December......seemed weird

NOW! It's the 1st December

xx

RWA said...

Good grief. Look at all of those logs. This "cabin" is going to be huge!!!!

Merle Sneed said...

Wow, that's a load of logs. Things are jumping now.