Catalog Moat Creek Web Images
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Roof sheeting with hole cut for skylight, nailing overhang roof sections
Toilet vent goes through the roof
Buddy, the faithful Golden Retriever apprentice in truck, Herb on roof, Jeremy (Red) fetching and carrying
After four hours, the skylight flashing is just about done . . .
After five hours, the roof shingles are half done; they say that they will never do another skylight!
Knee surgery? Why can't I caulk the roof vent myself? Rick sealing the toilet vent pipe 3 days after arthoscopic knee surgery (he did get help to get down the ladder)
Skylight install five-and-a-half hours into construction, wind turbine for toilet vent, and Jeremy calling Herb's wife to tell her no more skylights ;-)
Completed shed gets an oil-spray treatment as a temporary sealant; 6:00 pm, seven hours later!
Party time! Friends from Point Arena area gather on a somewhat cloudy, dull day, to celebrate our progress: Sharon, Rick, Jan, Leslie, Craig, Peter, John with shed in background, trailer on right (west)
Another party shot from between the trailer and shed; Bill, Robbin, Peter, John, Leslie, Jan, Craig, Sharon, Rick
Rick and Peri chipping the north slash pile (same one that Dennis worked on)
Rick and Peri chipping the north slash pile, note water tanks in background
Chips make great ground cover around the trailer site; Molly spreads buckets of chips to keep the dust down when it's dry and cover the mud when it's wet
Molly enjoying a sunset view of Moat Creek, note white water breaking at the mouth of the creek (see next panorama for the whole ocean view); sunset in summer is quite a bit off to the right of our view
Panorama of ocean view at sunset from home site (scroll horizontally to view entire panorama); note the white water from breaking waves at the mouth of Moat Creek
Molly found wild iris growing all over the property, especially along the path we found for the telephone line