Monthly Archives: December 2012

Two days with no rain, four to go

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Went by the lot on Friday, taking Bob and Mary back to Lakeport, just to show them where my new digs would be, and I was pleasantly surprised to see this (as an aside, the panorama photo feature on the … Continue reading

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Sad, disappointed, but not surprised.

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Got a call from Sterling as I was on the road to visit family over the holidays.  Lot is far too saturated to build on.  Need six days of no rain, but some wind (to dry out the dirt) before … Continue reading

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Never assume because it … well, you know the rest

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Seeing my new house for the first time yesterday was really exciting.  It was a quick (and loud) walk through as the east side of the house was still on the factory floor, and it was still being worked on.  … Continue reading

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Thar She Blows!

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Visited the factory today!  I’m really impressed.  This is the west side.  It’s all done, wrapped up in plastic, and ready to be transported.  They will begin moving it from Woodland to Sonoma on Wednesday, December 26.  I couldn’t see … Continue reading

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Taking things for granite

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Even though I’m living under another, temporary roof, I’m feeling a lot more anchored.  The one thing I’m really missing, however,  is internet access.  This is in no way a criticism of my hosts; more likely a commentary on my … Continue reading

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The Light at the end of the Tunnel – January 16th

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Skyline sent me a tentative timeline yesterday for “what happens next”.  As I mentioned in the previous post, I was told that the house was started at the factory Tuesday, 12/4.  I was advised today that it will be done … Continue reading

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Oy! Such a week it’s been!

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First, the move: Ninety percent of everything I own is in the 16’ long POD.   It will be living in Hayward for the next month (or so).  The delicate stuff and that which didn’t fit in the POD will be … Continue reading

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