Well, It Actually Took About 5 Runs With The Straps.

Day 4 brought a clear view from one end to the other, a bared skeleton

Here is a quick flash to show what we got done again, still moving at an amazing rate though the days yield was smaller than the others.
We dropped part of the house yesterday so that two of our guests would get the thrill of seeing it come down after all their hard work. They had to leave today so we could not get the whole house down, but 1/3rd is on the ground.

The siding turned out to be nailed on very well and took care and time to get off. Still, it is enough coming off in good shape to complete a tiny house, maybe two. Now we are down to the walls and roof as the whole interior floor, ceiling, and skins are down. Most of the siding is down too, but what is left is up high. HOpe you enjoy the vicarious experience of seeing the house come down, but being here is certainly more fun.

Abbra Ka Dabbra and the wall comes down.

Abbra Ka Dabbra and the wall comes down.

Well, it actually took about 5 runs with the straps.

Well, it actually took about 5 runs with the straps.

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