Some of the leftovers, after running some new wiring in the house. We averaged one outlet per room, most of which were not grounded and so were not useful for many of our modern electronics. Some old things are charming, but I'm very thankful for some new conveniences!
This little wheelbarrow was a gift from our Realtor, and has been a huge hit! Aren't the sunglasses cute on top of his head?
We moved in one week, and back out the next. Out of the shop, that is! Everything had been piled in, in a rather un-orderly fashion, and Crandon wanted to clean the interior from decades of dust and cobwebs (so we can start our own, fresh, collection). He also needed to spray the interior with Tim-bor, because of some evidence of termites and powder post beetles in that structure too.
The plum tree has burst into bloom, across from our kitchen window.
And some pretty double daffodils came up.
Two boys, sharing a step-stool. :-)
This shed roof structure had to come off the back of the shop, to make the insurance company happy. He made short work of it, taking the whole thing down in a morning.
A common scene these days--Crandon on the phone, while in the middle of some project (this time, some outlets and lighting for the shop). Between real estate, insurance companies, loan companies, utilities, inspections, etc. there has been a lot of phone and email time!
Some welcome spring rain, drizzling off the shop roof.