Oh, would that we had our permit from the City of Boston. Unlike nearby towns, where you fill out an application and hand them a check, whereupon you are handed a permit, Boston can take up to 60 days to give you a building permit. Ask me how I know...
|Our kitchen still looks like this. Do you like what we've done with the place?
|This doesn't look like much, but the gas line for the stove has been moved to its new location.
|Our siding has been replaced. There is a slight color variation, but it's not very noticeable.
|Our HVAC has also been moved to its new location on the back wall. It used to live inside the wall that we tore down.
|From left to right: Caesar, Auntie Deb, Elvis and LarryPug
On the bright side, some progress was made.
|When we left for Maine on Saturday, our floors looked like this. The blue tape designates the placement for our new kitchen island.
|Here is the living room.
|This is the view from the hallway.
I took advantage of Memorial Day sale prices and ordered our new stove and refrigerator. We had picked them out on President's Day weekend back in February.
|While our floors were being done, our builder moved our refrigerator outside.
|And our stove is heading for the dumpster.
Thanks for visiting!
Pugs and kisses,