Miss Lilly is all cleaned up now and ready for the move.
Week three ends with lots going on. Two new houses under way and the others nearly finished. Hope you like the shots of what we have done so far this month. Seems to go so fast. Its been raining more than the whole years worth of rain in two weeks time is seems. Still, Manifestation Bay has been busy and fruitful. Please remember we will be drawing to an end for taking orders if all goes well, capping the sales to leave the territories at 100 houses and then trying to only build for the villagers, and villages of the Tiny Texas Territories soon. Hope you get your order in before the decision and slots run out.
Comfort Cabin has a River Rock Floor in his shower, antique roofing shingles for the walls,
A new house starting up with a sampling of the windows and how they will be laid out.
Comfort Cabins longer view of the bathroom nearly finished except for some trim, sealer on the river rock floor, a commode, and other minor touches.
Comfort Cabin bedroom closets will have lots of storage for the space.
Comfort Cabin all cleaned up and nearly finished with the ladder rolled back for a trip up to the giant loft.
Dorothy’s bed is set with doors to come that open up the back to store the thing you do not need for seasons once passed by.
The new Kid on the block is only 7×9 with a loft up above that will be full of light.
Dorothy’s long view down to the bedroom, bath, and loft.
The new kid is built from parts of the Concrete Salvaged House that were never taken apart. The walls between the windows and the hall way were left with the tongue and groove nailed to them and used as large pieces to design the house around. The first part was done as part of a seminar on how to build with three women who came to learn in the evenings.
Dorothy’s trim is simple as you see here on her double doors that are being reversed now.
Another view of Dorothy’s trim at the kitchen end of the house.
Dorothy has a big built in wardrobe in her tiny bedroom.
Miss Lilly’s bathroom, finished, cleaned, and ready for a guest or two.
Miss Lilly in waiting, with water on the ground, she is ready but for a couple little details and dry ground.
Comfort Cabins front porch oiled and its fine grain showing off now.
A classic Texas skyline with our Rustic Red Mascot looking out upon the Moon.
The front door of our new house for now named the Arched Brownie.
The end wall windows for the Arched Brownie.