The big news out at the farm this week is the foundation on the house. In 6 days of work, the foundation people have already demolished the old foundation, leveled up the house, dug out the area for the new foundation (which is digging down and out to expand the foundation to cover the whole house), and poured the walls. So the house is now sitting on new walls.
Here are some photos of the foundation work in progress.
Well, it’s been a few weeks since my last update, but I was still out there once a week taking pictures. The changes have been less dramatic — but then it’s hard to get as dramatic as tearing off the kitchen and pulling off a chunk of a house.
So check out the week 3-5 photos. Note there are two pages of photos.
The lath and plaster is all down. So it looks really empty inside.
The foundation work starts Thursday and continues for about 2 weeks. Then the reconstruction will begin.
Here’s this week’s highlight:
It’s an old wagon that was in the chicken house. Because of the pickup that was in there, I had never been able to get a good picture of it before.