Thursday, November 4, 2010

Slab = tick

The main hut looking from our bedroom end of the hut.

The laundry/shed hut, which will have a little west facing verandah- perfect for afternoon drinks!

The build continues on. We had a magic day of sunshine before 5 days of showery grey weather, so our builder took his chance and poured our two slabs.
The only disappointment was that we arrived too late to put our hand (or paw) prints in!
The next few weeks will be a bit quiet then the fun begins, I can't wait for the frame to go up, then our little hut will start to take shape.
We'll have to get Nigella a bright orange safety vest, she takes her role as site foreman very seriously!


Michelle said...

How exciting Marian! Look forward to seeing it take shape. Better get those house warming invites in the mail!

ut si said...

Fantastic! Hope it all goes to plan.

steve said...

Hi Hazel-tried to comment earlier but it didn't come through so I'll try again.
Your slab looks like a runway to me and its little brother slab looks like a helipad.
Is this the Channels 'third runway' by proxy?

Hazel said...

Thanks guys-
Michelle I'm only just starting to enjoy the process, I tend to think of all the what if's too often!

I'm not so smug to expect it will all run to plan Colette, but I'll keep my fingers crossed anyway.

Steve, true, perhaps for all those interstate celebs who come to visit RVL? Or to enjoy the Oyster Cove golf course (the other use of the block!) ;)

Susan Moore said...

It looks awesome! You'll be able to sit on it for a picnic or camp there and imagine the walls :-)

Kim (frogpondsrock) said...

Wow it looks huge :) How exciting that work has started.

Jaclyn said...

that view is going to be amazing - hope your time with your sister is just as amazing, after so long you have lots of catching up to do!

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

How exciting- Looks like it is going to be a nice solid foundation.

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