The Crazy Process
Phase one: Tear-out carpets, curtains and dated cabinets; move some walls and create the ever desired "Open Concept." We have learned that Dave and Mary Wood enjoyed entertaining and were a huge asset to the community. We hope to follow in there footsteps.
|View from the former upstairs office into the now gutted kids bath, this room will have a new dividing wall for a bigger kids bath and a new second master closet.|
|Another view of kids bath, this iron tub (white, square in right of photo) is exceptionally deep and will be reused for the kids. It does have some porcelain wear, so we will resurface to protect against lead leeching.|
|This is my view from my future tub!|
|Welcome Ol' Blue Betty, she is a 280,000 BTU work horse, soon to replace the coal-burning beast in our basement.|
|This is our creepy little coal room, not used in over 55 years, but still a 3" layer of coal. This may serve as our new "time-out" room. Kidding!|
|This is Bumble and he likes Jinn! Our weekend rounded-out with a Festival at the Community Center in Ouray. I have never been so openly received by a community. Ouray locals are incredibly friendly. Good Ol' Fashioned Colorado.|