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This Old Crack House

From log house to farmhouse. Farmhouse to townhouse. Townhouse to apartment house. Apartment house to crack house. Crack house to our house. Our house to our home.

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Saturday, January 03, 2009

The Back of Beyond

Now here is a view of the house that you've never seen. I never really paid too much attention to it either. In the summer you can't see the house for the trees.




You can see the fire escape in it's full ugly glory. Complete with missing pieces that blow off every so often. This contraption is responsible for most of our roof leak problems. On rainy days I'm glad I kept all those empty joint compound buckets!

2 Comments:

At 1/03/2009 4:24 PM, Blogger peterp said...

What's the schedule for removing the fire escape?

 
At 1/03/2009 6:02 PM, Blogger Gary said...

The back section needs a lot of work. When I am ready to replace the slate roof I will need the fire escape as a platform in order to restore the gutters and brick up the wall where a door was installed. Once the roof is done, this baby comes down.

 

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