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  • Now comes the part of going through the rest of the details. Here is our progress this weekend so far:

     

    Step Up Into The Kitchen:

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    Foyer

    Most of the quarter round is down. Just needs caulking and painting

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    Step up still needs some quarter round on the face

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    Close up of the front door matching quarter round. A lot of coping done here. Thanks to my father-in-law for popping over and
    and setting me curved on this one.

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    Transition into the hallway closet that still has tile. This is a temporary transition pending the renovation of the closet

    Hallway

    All of the quarter round is down and caulked (thanks to my mother-in-law for popping over to lend a hand)

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    Transition to different laminate in Steph’s old room (now the grandkids’ room)

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    Transition to carpet into the office. Don’t like how this turned out, so I’m going to have to figure something else out.

    And finally, Tonya’s creation. In the dining room we have a bay window that has a seat cushion on it that is probably older than dirt (came with the house). The dogs love sitting on it and looking out, patiently waiting for us to come home from the daily grind of going to business (as the old timers would say). We had a new piece of three inch foam made and we bought a bunch of fabric and Tonya spent yesterday and today on the ol’ Singer an made this:

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    And yes, I am an Amsoil dealer, so if anyone needs any high quality synthetic lubricants, let me know!

    Until next time….

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