Thursday, June 24, 2010

Studio on Temporary Hold

It was a beautiful summer morning. Many mornings, our farmhouse is surrounded by fog which sometimes slowly, often quickly, burns off. The other morning, you could barely see 50 feet past the window.



Our construction project is on hold at the moment. We are waiting for inspectors to sign off and Kevin has gone to fix someone's roof. In the giant microburst, a tree fell through it and the poor woman has been living with a massive hole through her roof. He'll be back soon and the studio will continue to progress.

3 comments:

Manise said...

Oh gawd! For a split second I thought it was your roof that had been damaged. Phew! There were quite a few microbursts yesterday. Pretty fog.

freerangegirl said...

Glad it wasnt your roof - im really enjoying watching your build progress. Im in the midst of the planning process in the UK and I dream of a building that could go up so fast. Love the blog.

Georgianne Holland said...

I have a feeling that you will look back on this temporary pause in your studio project and think, "I really needed to catch my breath!" At least, that's what I'd be feeling...especially looking at your lovely tree photo. It seems peaceful...