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A foggy morning.

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:38 AM
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by 1527xy last modified Jan 27, 2011

Hey Matt: nice composition! Driving into the site this morning I wasn’t sure I’d be able to see the house. No I’m not going blind, but we had a pretty thick blanket of fog covering the site. On the news yesterday the weather-predictor-people predicted freezing fog for this morning. Our six-year-old daughter was very worried [...]




 

 

Hey Matt: nice composition!

Driving into the site this morning I wasn’t sure I’d be able to see the house. No I’m not going blind, but we had a pretty thick blanket of fog covering the site.

On the news yesterday the weather-predictor-people predicted freezing fog for this morning. Our six-year-old daughter was very worried about this. “Oh no! How will we be able to drive through a frozen block of fog?” Funny.

I had the chance to meet with Greg Rehn, from HydroSci, this morning to talk about a couple of things related to the radiant heat system he’s beginning to install. While I was there, I also got to see Alexi’s crew lifting the last couple of roof panels into place. Trust me when I write that everyone is happy to reach this milestone.

The past few nights Matt Melcher and I have been out on site, sometimes by chance, together. From a pure entertainment perspective we’ve both  been anxious to see the final panels get installed over what will be the southside courtyard. Well, we’re there now.

Time to get excited about something else! Here are a handful of cellphone shots from a foggy morning.

A shot from Wednesday, before the fog descended. IMG_0571 IMG_0572 IMG_0573 IMG_0574 IMG_0575 IMG_0577 Alex working hard. A plumber/radiant summit. Sheltered courtyard. Composition. The final panel. IMG_0587 Andrei and Alex Yes, Greg's truck is organized.

 

 

 
 
 

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