Of course there will be some weeks during which everybody is working hard, but to the untrained eye, there is not much to see. Such was this week because by all accounts everybody worked themselves into a puddle as evidenced by the Mr's inability to keep his eyes open for much of the day on Saturday.
In the barn, there has been a lot of cabinet activity resulting in... this! I think he still needs to do a bit more work.
That's all new siding on the back of the house and you can see on the left that the last two new windows are in on the family room.
Meanwhile, the front is on a downward trend as far as attractiveness goes.
Sad little house. One of the stone piles holding up the Swiss Chalet is out so that the siding could go up. Hence the supporting structures.
See? Nothing left but a wee pile of rocks.
Ick, looks like some nasties there.
Let me know if you need any dirt. Apparently there is some extra. I think this dirt used to be in the front yard someplace. It is likely to journey to the back. Looks kind of sandy to me. Not much good for growing.
Oh break my heart! Imagine my joy when I came home and discovered these beautiful rhododendrons all ready to fill the flower beds in front of OUR estate.
Ah, but my hopes were dashed when I learned that they are only stopping over here on their way to the project house.
There are eight of them so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that there isn't room for them all and we get to keep a couple.
Mango Momma signing off.