These show the first steps - clearing the site and breaking ground.
(If anyone can tell me how to get rid of this ridiculous space between the text
and the beginning of the pictures (posted from my scrapbook) please let me know.)
|The site 1|
This is the site of the house, ready for clearing.
Eric marked features of the proposed house before clearing, to better show which trees should/should not go.
We came to see the progress at the end of clearing day one. Poor Finn and David had ice beards. Two days later, it was in the 80's (F)
|Ground breaking 1|
Carol and Husband get ready to break ground.
|First try didn't take|
Carol and Husband try to break ground, but the shovels didn't grab much the first time.
|Ground breaking 2|
Shovels set, Carol and Husband put their backs into the ground-breaking. 4/13/07
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