Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Beaver Blog Cabin ~ Wednesday

Witch hat over the kitchen.

Using our super duper wide angle lens looking across the house.
Witch hat is done! Now, the tongue and groove! That witch hat was a lot of work for the guys. It took quite a bit of time. When Mike wasn't there, Timmy worked his bupp cheeps off by his lonesome. I swear, this guy Tim is amazing... simply amazing. We are so lucky he's in charge of building our house. Best decision we ever made.
Looking at this pic.... makes me REALLY wish we were doing that garage NOW!!!
Dang, that looks pretty!
Standing in the living room ... We are in the early stages of trying to decide IF we want Matthew's room over the living room instead of over the kitchen ~ so that everyone will be able to enjoy that awesome witch's hat from the inside! It'll make the kitchen look sooo beautiful and open .... SO ~ it's either and open living room area or an open kitchen area with a beautiful kitchen ceiling!! What to do? We have lots of time to figure it out.
Remember, these beams w/ the complicated cuts are a couple hundred pounds of wood.

7 comments:

Klin said...

I'm thinking I want one of those. It's nifty looking.

crabby old man said...

I want My room to be next to Magoo's

furiousBall said...

gorgeous, very impressive work as always

Grandma W said...

This cabin is a "Masterpiece". There is a charm about it that I can't put my finger on in each shot

Tim and Michael, you are awesome and have worked so hard to give this home character and a personality. Yes, homes have a personality......... Once you move in, it will contain the same warmth and friendliness that your home in Vegas does.

Awesome, just awesome. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

RWA said...

When do you start taking reservations for the guest room?

Susan said...

Hey-

Can I move in?
Pronto?

great place!

Susan

Liam's Mom - Gina said...

Kudos to the guys for getting the second story to Magoos room looking so cool! I can't wait to see the finished product! No need to change your blog name, this thing is going to be done in no time! What great work!