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Here are some timeline picture from various views of the house.

Front of the building.

March 2013 - Updated Front view:

08/18/13 - Almost ready to start building. Looking from the front of the house - the pile of wood to the right is where the garage will be located):

08/25/13 - The pink flag is where the transformer may go, the house is by the piles of trees to the left:

9/29/13 - The mud room is the pointed area, the front door will be just to the left of it. They're preparing to pour the basement slab later this week:

10/6/13 - Picture from the basement under the living room on the left toward the front entrance and mud room in the center and right:

10/13/13 - Picture from the basement under the living room on the left toward the front entrance and mud room in the center and right:

11/7/13 - The dirt is pushed up to the walls and the footers for the garage (to the right of the walls) are dug for inspection and the cement tomorrow:

11/10/13 - From the front of the house at the family room corner, you can see some of the footers for the deck in the front and side:

12/6/13 - The front of the house - the garage is to the right and the front door will be up on the deck near the first large post in the center of the picture:

2/9/14 - We came up to see the framing in person. Here's the front of the house:

2/14/14 - Wow, exciting times, the weather is great so the framers continue to work. Here's the front of the house with the deck framing, the garage framed, and the second floor started:

2/18/14 - Done with the heavy lifting for the day:

2/21/14 - We got a picture from the builder today - it's really looking like a house!

2/23/14 - Check out all of the work they did this week - the front of the house:

2/24/14 - Got a picture form the builder showing how the roof around the mud room and garage works:

2/28/14 - New pictures from the builder - the chimney is framed in:

3/4/14 - We came up today to see that framing is complete. Here's the front of the house:

3/14/14 - Looking at the house, I think it's a wrap:

6/29/14 - The wood is stained, some siding is in place, and the windows and doors are installed:

7/13/14 - The chimney stonework is done and the upstairs siding is complete:

8/2/14 - Most of the roof complete:

9/6/14 - So it's been just a little over a year since they broke ground! The siding up front is almost complete now:

10/5/14 - Logs added to the corners:

10/5/14 - The garage door is installed and logs are in all of the corners:

1/11/15 - The light fixtures for the garage are in, the stairs are set, and the railing is started:

2/8/15 - Railing being worked and more gravel/grading up front:

Most of the railing up front installed:

3/29/15 - Almost ready for the final inspection - railing finishing up:

5/4/15 - All cleaned up:

7/18/15 - The front looks done:

Left side of the building.

March 2013 - Updated Left view:

April 2013 - Looking toward the dining room/living room side of the house:

08/18/13 - Looking toward the deck and arched roof over the living room and dining rooms will be here:

12/6/13 - The dining room and family room wall:

2/9/14 - Another view:

2/14/14 - Lots of wood:

2/23/14 - The side and looking past the front porch toward the garage on the right:

3/4/14 - Side and front of the house:

3/14/14 - lots of windows:

6/29/14 - The wood is stained, there's some siding installed. and we're removed some of the brush in the foreground

7/5/14 - Started on the chimney:

8/2/14 - Chimney stonework complete, more siding complete, and most of the roof complete:

10/24/14 - More work complete - siding, log corners, T&G over the deck:

12/7/14 - It's foggy outside. The trim work is complete:

2/8/15 - Lights in place, railing going up:

2/22/15 - More railings:

3/29/15 - Almost ready for the final inspection - railing finishing up:

4/29/15 - Final walkthrough:

Left side rear corner of the building.

March 2013 - Updated Left view:

November 2012 - This looks like a good place for the back of a house:

April 2013 - Looking from the back of the house along the dining room edge:

Late June - More vegetation cleared - looking along the back of the house:

9/15/2013 - At the dining room corner of the house - to the left the rear of the house, to the right the dining and living rooms:

9/22/13 - Picture from the dining room corner of the house - to the left the rear of the house, to the right the dining and living rooms. You can see the textured block that will be visible on the left, and the standard (flat) block that will be under dirt to the right:

9/29/13 - Picture from the dining room corner of the house - to the left the rear of the house, to the right the dining and living rooms:

10/6/13 - Picture from the basement under the dining room corner of the house - to the left the rear of the house, to the right the dining and living rooms:

11/10/13 - At the dining room corner of the house, the footers on the side and rear for the deck:

12/6/13 - The dining room and family room will be just above the wall on the right. The posts are for the deck:

2/9/14 - The windows in the dining room and living room:

2/14/14 - Another view of the decking:

2/23/14 - The dining room and living room area with the deck and roofing structure almost finished:

2/28/14 - And they're working on the support for the tongue and groove planking that will be the ceiling of the deck:

3/4/14 - Rear and other side of the house:

3/14/14: The windows in the dining/living or great room are all in:

6/29/14 - The wood is stained and all of the windows are installed:

8/2/14 - Some siding complete and most of the roof is complete:

9/6/14 - The siding on the window wall has been started:

10/5/14 - Lots of T&G finished over the deck, and logs in the corners of the house:

11/15/14 - More siding complete:

11/23/14 - Trim work complete:

12/7/14 - Braces added:

2/8/15 - Railing going up:

3/29/15 - Almost ready for the final inspection - railing finishing up:

4/29/15 - Final walkthrough:

7/18/15 - Just need a little grading:

Right side of the building.

March 2013 - Updated Right view:

Late June - Looking from the bedrooms toward the house:

08/18/13 - Looking from the bedrooms wall - the pile of wood to the left is where the garage will be located and the pile of wood in the middle is were a bedroom will be located):

9/15/2013 - Looking toward the bedrooms wall (the wall looks curved, but it's actually straight):

10/2/13 - The basement has a floor:

10/6/13 - The basement that will be under the side bedrooms:

12/6/13 - The bedrooms will be just above this wall:

2/9/14 - Bedrooms to the right, mud room in the middle, garage foundation on the left:

2/14/14 - The side of the house, the large window upstairs is in the Master Bedroom:

2/23/14 - The back of the garage on the left, the side of the house in the middle, the deck out back:

3/4/14 - Rear of the garage, and side and rear decks of the house:

3/14/14 - Another shot of the side with the lower bedroom windows installed:

There's more stuff coming out of the walls: propane stub, hose bib, in/out lines for the furnace air and a line for the AC (if we want one in the future):

6/29/14 - The wood is stained and some siding is up:

7/13/14 - More siding is up:

7/20/14 - More siding is up:

8/2/14 - More siding is up and most of the roof is complete:

9/6/14 - The bedroom wall siding looks to be complete:

10/5/14 - Logs in some of the corners:

10/18/14 - All of the corners have logs now:

2/22/15 - Steps out the garage, railings on the decks:

3/29/15 - Almost ready for the final inspection - railing finishing up:

4/29/15 - Final walkthrough:

7/18/15 - Just needs a little cleanup:

Rear of the building.

March 2013 - Updated Rear view:

08/18/13 - Looking toward the back of the house:

9/6/2013 - Still working on the basement - two tractors now:

9/8/2013 - Standing in the corner of the rear bedroom looking at the house - in the basement:

9/15/2013 - At the corner of the rear bedroom - looking on the left side of the house and to the right, the rear of the house:

9/22/13 - Picture from the rear bedroom corner of the house - the gap is for the door into the basement. You can see some of the pink insulation the country requires to be in place before they pour the slab for the basement:

10/6/13 - The back wall of the basement will be wood and stucco:

10/13/13 - The walls are ready to be filled with cement. The back wall of the basement will be wood and stucco:

10/28/13 - The back wall of the basement is open, but the other walls are done:

11/10/13 - A lot of the dirt is pushed up to the planned level the walls of the basement:

12/6/13 - The back of the house - it's framed in now:

2/14/14 - Standing on the deck out back:

2/23/14 - The back - they still have to finish the deck coming out of the loft:

2/28/14 - The deck off the loft is framed in:

3/4/14 - Side and rear of the house:

3/14/14 - Most of the windows in the rear are installed:

The rear with all of the windows installed and Tyvex complete:

6/29/14- The wood is stained and all of the windows and doors are mostly in (some will move a little):

7/5/14 - Started on the siding:

8/3/14 - More siding is complete and the roof is almost complete:

8/10/14 - Siding in the back almost done:

10/18/14 - Log corners and finishing up the T&G above the upper deck:

11/23/14 - Trim work except for the light next to the garage door finished:

1/3/15 - Fixtures in place, rear stairs complete (still need railings):

2/8/15 - Railing going up:



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