Well, Simon is home again, and the conservatory framework has gone up today – it looks awesome 🙂
The weather is still baking hot – would you believe thought that Simon spend the majority of last week in and around New York City, where the temperature was 35 to 40 degrees every day – it wasn’t until he came home, spent and afternoon in the garden and burnt his back 🙂 Idiot.
Apparently the frame and glass for the conservatory will be all in by the end of Wednesday – hence why Simon was out yesterday getting the audio cabling done for the surround sound system that he would like…..
Writing this from Columbus, OHIO, waiting for a flight back to sunny New York city.
The flight is delayed (again) and the Wendy’s Baconator is a callin’ 🙂
Vicky has been conducting some research on some cool storage options for Elliot’s gear in the conservatory and has found some really smart stuff:
i.e. http://www.kidsrooms.co.uk/range.aspx?RG_ID=98 and http://www.gltc.co.uk/fcp/product/-/storage_tables_chairs_toy_boxes/Multi-Tray-Toy-Storage/846
More later – the plane has just arrived…
The footings are in…… the brickwork is almost complete and the concrete base etc is done. These guys are fast and are incredibly tidy 🙂
We are expecting the sign off on the groundwork next Tuesday and then the actual conservatory frame building can commence.
It is incredibly big and amazingly we still have a very useable garden space left over 🙂
Vicky got a call this morning – the conservatory people asking if they could start work today… Great result.
So Simon has just spent 5 minutes over his lunchbreak watching two guys leering into the 7 series…. It was left out in full view on the driveway today – think it will be parked safely in the garage from this point onwards….
Not sure what these guys have actually done, but my guess is that it is to do with brick matching etc.
We have been down and sorted the flooring in the conservatory today – typically the one we wanted is no longer available, however, the new selection actually has some better ones – so winner for a change 🙂
Apparently the building of the conservatory should take less than 5 weeks so with a bit of luck we will be enjoying vast new space very soon. The building folks should be contacting us next week to get the ball rolling, and the digging happening 🙂