Kelly and I went through the part of where the windows and doors will come and Kelly measured everything out on the floor. After we were done with that, they got to work and I gathered all the empty water bottles to take home. I wanted to clean them and fill them up, and then take them to the acreage.
I couldn’t find my water hose anywhere though. I looked everywhere, but my guess is that it is somewhere in the little shed next to the house and that was filled with stuff. The only way to find those, was to empty that shed and it was way too hot for that. It was now 31c. I filled them up under the outdoor tap in the backyard. I had parked the truck there so it was easy. Paul texted me he would come home and would take the truck. He would unload the water and then come back to town again to pick up the first half of the insulation. It fit just right in the back of the truck. I didn’t go anymore. It was just too hot for me.
Soon after Paul went back to the acreage again, dark clouds rolled in and a thunderstorm started. The sky looked really nasty. Black clouds with green spots here and there. Then it rained. Not much but the drops were big and close to hail. It cooled things off a little bit which was nice. Paul texted me that it also rained a bit at the acreage. I was happy to hear that. My garden got water again. YAY! Paul told me that Kelly and Kerry got so warm that they went to the Assiniboine river, 1 km north of LPine Meadow, and took a dive to cool off. Hahaha! Good for them. Isn’t it great to have a river so close? They also made a fire to heat up some hotdogs. LOL LPine Meadow is very inviting and seems to give people that ‘camping’ feeling. They got 2.5 wall up by the end of the day. Where the window and door come, it’s cut out. Wow, it really start to look like a home, doesn’t it? Paul was surprised that, now they are actually building, it really is going so fast.
It’s all SO exiting! :-)