I can't get too many pictures of what is going on today at the house site because I am seriously afraid that some of those trucks would run over me if I got in their way. They are large and they are carrying quite a bit of equipment. I wouldn't stand a chance.
None-the-less, I have managed to get a few pictures for your viewing pleasure.
In the fall, the area is even prettier because all of the leaves change. All in all, it's just a beautiful drive.
You can also see that there isn't much that surrounds us. It's true. We have few neighbors, and traffic is slim unless it's a weekend. On the weekends, people travel the Wine Trail, and I'm just a stop along the way (well, I would be if people wanted to stop...but since I don't know many of them, we're good).
Frankly, if he wants to be involved, I say more power to him. I don't really know much about this part of the house-building process so I walk around like a big moron the majority of the time. And had I my camera at home depot last night, I would've proven it to you.
He showed up on a huge tractor trailer and freaked the dogs out to no end. Barky thought we were being attacked by some alien life form and felt the need to warn me for the entire hour the guy was out there. I tried to explain that unless the Transformers franchise is based on a true story, we were safe, but he felt it was his canine duty to keep me safe at all costs.
Later today (like, when everyone has left), I have every intention of getting some more pictures so you can see the actual progress at the actual house site. The basement people have informed us that they will be pouring walls tomorrow which means that all the concrete work will be complete by early next week. Then, on to the fun stuff.
As soon as I have the chance to get more pictures, I have every intention of showing you what I've been looking at for the inside of the house (because all things pretty is my department). Stay tuned...and pray for our sanity.