Monthly Archives: December 2006

Another very active week and power to boot!

While the construction crew was busy with more of the siding, my focus was with the loggers that came up to do some sorely needed work.  We need some cedar logs for our front gate and need to improve our view … Continue reading

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Nope, no power anytime soon

Well what an interesting experience this week has been.  Not only did we just experience one of the most powerful wind storms that the Pacific Northwest has seen in a long time (better listen to Al Gore, this planet has … Continue reading

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The Paca Pride Punchlists: House, Ranch, Resort

Some of you may have noticed the list "On our Radar" disappeared.  Some of you even mentioned it to me too! (I always find it neat when people take the time to suggest things…thanks for reading this blog!)  Well, from … Continue reading

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All the snow is gone…but the sky grey

Yup, once again we are being told to batten down the hatches as another winter storm warning gets issued for the Pacific Northwest.  While there may be a possibility of snow, the projected temperatures are looking like it won’t be … Continue reading

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House pics – Saturday, December 9th

The three of us went up to the ranch on Saturday morning and focused on some chores.  It was really nice to see that there were a couple of construction workers continuing on the soffits; unexpected for a Saturday.  Check … Continue reading

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Soffits and Siding and Shelving

   Well the boys have taken to hanging out under the loafing shed again, but as you can see, the snow that fell from the barn roof is still melting away.  I would say one more week would be enough … Continue reading

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The snow is quickly dwindling as we ready for some barn kitties

This past weekend we focused on two things up at the land:  staining a back portion of the inside log wall to see how the color would look, and reorganizing the barn now that the kitchen has been moved out … Continue reading

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