Sunday, October 23, 2016
After 4 months of work, we have finally finished laying 1400 square feet of tile in our log cabin. The master bedroom, three closets and the mud room were done quickly once we were done with the travels you have seen on the blog and the hurricane. Of course, with these rooms cleared out to make room for tiling, we haven't been able to move around much in the rest of the house. Luckily, we have a nice guest bedroom and a bathroom upstairs that we've enjoyed the last two weeks. We say it has been like living in a bed and breakfast in our own house.
Posted by Paw@: at 6:45 PM
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Here's our hurricane report. Before the hurricane came, we had gone to Joe's in Orlando to tend the grandkids while their parents enjoyed a second honeymoon in Puerto Rico for the week. When the residents of Flagler County were warned they might get a direct hit for the first time ever, Sage and her family joined us for a hurricane party. We hung out, sang songs and danced, ate great food, and the two families sang and danced as they took turns competing in cleaning up. Life at Joe's place is like living in a musical. Some even went to parties. The only evidence of a hurricane was a new lake in the golf course in the back yard. The grandkids had a great time bonding with each other.
Posted by Paw@: at 11:45 PM
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
The end of September we went with Aurelia on a two week trip to visit the grandkids out west. The first stop was at Rob and Jen's in Branson MO to learn about raising chickens, consuming three dozen eggs a days and gardening. To top it off we had a great time at Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede.
Posted by Paw@: at 11:33 PM