Friday, July 15, 2011

The concrete foundation is completed.

Luckily for us, we were gifted with a few days reprieve from the valley heat making perfect conditions to lay the concrete foundation of the home. Now it is easy to see the house plans to scale and how spectacular the views will be as we stand in each room. Plastic covers the new concrete to keep it wet, protect and cure it. Terry met with the lumber man today to discuss the framing, set to begin the end of July. Candy and Alfredo are visiting from Santa Rosa for the week.

Deer Creek Construction

Construction has started on the ohana home at Deer Creek!

Sunday, December 27, 2009

David's "Mc-Steamy" facial hair...

So every Christmas break David takes advantage of the opportunity to grow out his facial hair for the holidays. BYU has strict rules about their young men looking sharp and clean cut, so this is David's chance to look like a scruffy cave man. Oh and then for some ridiculous reason BYU allows a lone stache and so David will just leave that in all it's glory. He looks like a dirty Mexican so I get on him about that pretty badly.

David is dang good looking in his new suit! THANKS MOM!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Our Plumeria

Look! It's growing! :)

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

As some of you may know, I started the Fashion Design Program of SLC at the end of August and I can honestly say that I have never enjoyed school so much! I come home at night and I can't get over how fun my homework is. I constantly show David all of the new things I'm learning and how quick I am catching on to things. He is so proud. I decided to post the sign into the Fashion Institute and David says that it looks pretty weak sauce... unfortunately this is all that they have.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Wasco Mini Storage

Project Complete! Wasco Mini Storage is finally completely built after 7 years. Typically, storage facilities are built in two phases. Once phase one is rented to capacity and stuffed with people's stuff the business financially sustains itself. Now its time to build the second phase of the business. This is a simple duplicate of phase one erected on the back half of property, minus the curb, gutter, manager's house, etc. Phase two is gravy, the icing on the cupcake, an additional benefit to something already good.