Best Laid Plans
Not only the title of one of my favourite novels, “best laid plans” describes everyone’s efforts in the building of our new home and studio. Unfortunately, we are dealing with a two week delay owing to one of the suppliers that shall remain nameless. Someone dropped the ball on placing the order that SEED Homes put in for an essential element of the home and studio. We’re now hoping for the house to arrive in High River around the 17th or 18th of August.
Heather is a big proponent of doing certain things to ensure the house has good energy. If you want to know what that entails, you’ll need to ask her. I wouldn’t begin to try and explain it. She was in the middle of doing this work when I snapped the photo above.
John has designed a hinge system that allows the floor panels and walls to fold up. When everything is done, the central core will include the finished kitchen, bathrooms and utilities. Within a couple of days of being placed on the engineered screw piles on our High River lot, the house will be move in ready.