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Day 73

It hardly seems possible that we have been at this for nearly 10 weeks — that’s one third the entire build schedule!

We dashed up last evening to get a good look at the developments.  DD says that there have been several people onsite — one apparently taking measurements for our kitchen cabinets.

Here we can see the pitched roofs over the stair landing and our bedroom.  I hope that means falling asleep to the sound of rain on our rolled steel roof!


Downstairs you can see that styrofoam has been laid on the floor, in preparation for the slab being poured in the next two weeks.


We love dropping by to see what progress is made on the house.  Next big step will be windows and doors installed so they can lock up the project and put in those expensive copper pipes and wires.

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Starting the adventure of building a laneway house in the real-estate jungle of Vancouver, BC

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