Door Locks and Keys

I did not go to the house yesterday – the first day I have not so much as set foot on the property.
For yesterday I will offer a picture from work.

 

Office babies

Office babies

The baby had just finished nursing when I took this picture. They don’t really see into the windows, so we can get a nice view of the action.

Today Carl got a call from the contractor asking for a front door key.
At first he thought the key in the key-box was gone for some reason.
When he finally got over to the house, he put in his key, and took out the duplicate key from the box.

Our front and back doors use the same key.
However, opening the front door requires finesse.
Just ask our finesse-less kids. They continue to use the back door.

Work continues, even when I skip a day.

South End

South End

The reason the front door access is required.

Back door replaced by plywood

Back door replaced by plywood

The interior view.

If the window is really this big I will be very happy

If the window is really this big I will be very happy

Framing over the transition from the kitchen to dining room.

6-19-2013 (9) kitchen-dining framing

Reverse - shows how the cove ceiling butts up to the transition

Reverse – shows how the cove ceiling butts up to the transition

Attic floor demo continues. I think this happens for a break, or to fill in small periods of time. Or maybe it is too hot to do too much at one time up here.

6-19-2013 (12) museum floor removal

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