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Saturday, February 09, 2008

The past few days have been ones full of surprises. We have been laboring to get the bath-house portion of our project going but have almost each day had a new revelation as to how and why the location we've chosen wont work. We've had every problem from septic issues to sight-line issues to the latest powerline issue. Needless to say the bath-house is still in limbo but we are hopeful to begin it within the next week.
Our biggest and most pleasant surprise has been the new addition of yet at another animal around the house. After finishing our lunch on Thurs. we were heading back out to our job site when Mitch noticed a small fuzzy mass huddled amidst a bunch of boots on the back porch.

This little bundle turned out to be a small puppy that we are guessing to be about eight weeks old. She instantly melted our hearts and has become our house mascot (and site distraction). We have nick-named her Annie after the famous orphan and are currently debating amoungst ourselves who will eventually get to claim her as their own.

All in all we've had a fun few days and continue to work hard at getting the most out of our experience down here. Our progress on the shop/residences has encouraged those of us who thought there was no end to the digging, and for the rest of us we're happy to have the option of doing a variety of tasks at any given moment. As always we are warking hard and loving life here in Bluff. Go school!

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  • At 11:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    it is a great

    looking like some insulated shallow slab foundation being formed. nice.

    love the sunsets and res dogs. keep it up.


  • At 12:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    digging is good, you guys... it's character building :)

  • At 12:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hey, where are all the beautiful Bluff colors?? no more brown pictures! besides that, the blog is great. keep it up!

  • At 5:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Beautiful Bluff! The project is coming along and looks great! I miss the colors--the red rock, the blue sky, the rusty dirt! More colors, let's see more colors!

  • At 5:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Uh, sepia is great for those pictures where you dress up like cowboys and bar maids... not so good for bluff.

  • At 5:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    nice work yall. make us proud! quick side note, just because you use black and white and sepia doesn't make it a good picture. save it for the pro's


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