It was such a nice day today that I decided to venture to the edge of the property in the back to see what was there. I discovered that the yard abuts the aqueduct which transports water from western Massachusetts into Boston.
Of course once spring comes, it will be too overgrown for easy access, but for now, you can just see the edge of our little project house peeking out in the upper right hand corner of this photo.
See the tires? I counted. There are 20 of them and they appear to form a ring around what was once used as a fire pit, most likely for burning yard debris. Right now, I am torn about disposing of them prior to sale. Digging them up will be a chore. Thoughts?
Inside, the rooms at the end of the house are nearing completion and they are all sporting checklists in their windows. This one is in the small bedroom.
And this one is in the full bath. More to do there. Such a fussy little room.
And then there is the paint sprayer....
What had previously filled the Mr. with joy is now the source of large amounts of frustration. It decided to stop functioning. After a full day of tinkering, replacing components and trips to and from the paint store, he was certain that it would be fully operational again this morning.
Sadly, no. Time to break out the rollers I guess.
The faithful chandelier has been unceremoniously dumped in the garage.
Aw, poor thing.