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Old 06-07-2013, 05:16 PM   #91
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Original look to the backyard:



New look to the backyard:


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Old 06-07-2013, 05:24 PM   #92
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Right now we're working to complete the master bath. I have it scheduled for completion by July 1st if people get on their game and get me my materials when they promised.

Here's the tile floor - Unicom Starker Materiae - Carbo (sorry for grout haze)



Master shower tile waiting on grout (Abbystone Gris I believe is the name):





Grout is cleaned up here, vanity box is in:

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Old 06-07-2013, 05:28 PM   #93
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And lastly, while in the middle of all this work, in March we decided to adopt a dog, meet Moxie:






half lab, half chow (she has a purple chow tongue).
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Wow! You're doing a great job. Everything looks beautiful... including the dog.
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Great job and big congrats and thanks for adopting the pup.

If you want a dog folks...please adopt.
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Beautiful home! Outstanding job on the renovations!

Congrats on the dog. Adoption is definitely the way to go. We adopted two beagles, several years ago. They've been a joy.
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Beautiful home! Outstanding job on the renovations!

Congrats on the dog. Adoption is definitely the way to go. We adopted two beagles, several years ago. They've been a joy.
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Just put down my 15 year old lab/beagle mix two months ago.

He was the best dog and basically a person trapped in a dogs body.

The most mischievous little SOB you ever met too. Never knew some trouble he didn't like.

Good thing he was adorable.
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Just wrapped up granite and sinks/faucets this weekend in the master bath. Tile and trim to finish this week. Also finished the master closet built ins, carpet this week.










Both of these rooms used to be second floor screened in "sleeping porches" for the summer time when it was hot. Since the house has central air right and my wife and I just don't see us sleeping outside, we converted them into the master bath and master closet since we blew out the wall between the two bedrooms earlier in the renovation. I'd say it was a good investment.
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The cabinet maker who did our vanity put the doors, drawers, and hardware in today:



so close to completing this bathroom. Just glass, trim, a little more tile, and we're done.

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