I've been meaning to do this for ages. Now that the weather is over 40 degrees outside two days running I've suddenly found more time to sit in front of a computer inside a cool house and take these. Series one, we're currently building a bookshelf in the main room and it's the 'disaster hit' zone.
This is one of the few pieces of furniture that made it down from Queensland. It's the Queen of black holes. Where everything that doesn't belong in the kitchen or in the shed ends up. Beside it is my old tip shop find of a Triumph typewriter. Caleb was fascinated by the old technology that informed the new.
The laundry, the smallest room in the house because neither of us intend spending much time in it. No door yet.
The truth window. An old fly wheel that's been staked into a bale and rendered up to. It has one layer of mud sprayed onto the bales, you can still see the blue twine running through the bale. I often look at it and wonder if I'll see a dreaded mouse. So far, no action on the mouse front.
The bathroom, which has finishing touches to add. You can see the handmade tiles are now on the wall, not the floor. They ended up too thick, which meant too great a step up into the bathroom. We're happy with the compromise. I'd love to have a hip bath in the corner for the days you really want to soak. Yet to find a good hip bath. One you can move out to the verandah on a hot night and soak under the stars.
What we generally see the moment we wake up. Pigs outside the window waiting for breakfast.