Truth is, I have no explanations for the pictures in this post. This summer, with living at the house and taking care of Gus, it feels like I just run from one commitment to another. Tyler has days like these of course, but he has been steadily working on the leaning building.
As I’ve walked through the building in between the studio and Hospice work, I’m amazed. And then again, not so amazed. Tyler shines when he fixes stuff. Especially when he has to use wood and stuff.
I’m really weak on my construction lingo.
At some point, perhaps when it’s not thundering outside and both of us are home at the same time, I will learn some of the lingo of what is happening to the leaning building.
What I can say about it, is it is meant to no longer be leaning or a death trap. Rotting siding is being replaced. The frame on which the wall sits on the concrete pad is reinforced and now actually sitting on the concrete pad. It will be re-shingled.
It will be beautiful.