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Posted on Thursday, October 04, 2018

Daleville House Painted

Linda had contacted a house painter in IN and made a deal for him to paint the Daleville house. He had already started the job when Stacey and I left for Daleville Sunday morning. We pulled into the driveway a few hours later and Stacey mentioned that we might not be able to get inside because the windows and doors were masked off for painting. I checked the back door and we were able to go inside through it. The house was fairly dark inside with the windows covered, but we made the best of it.
  
The next morning, Thomas Gorman began removing the paper and masking tape. That let the sun light come through the windows and brighten up the inside. Thomas also did some touch ups along the underside of the overhangs and around the windows where the tape had been. I talked to him after he finished and paid him with a check.
  
Thomas painted the aluminum storm back door which made it look like a new one. Much better IMO.
 
He also removed the poison ivy vines that were all over the east side of the house. It looked smooth and clean now.
 
The new paint is the same whiteness as the new porch railings.

Thomas painted the porch ceiling too.

The paint job was completed quickly and well done. I think Linda will like it when she goes to Daleville.
Stacey and I had a good time while in Daleville. We visited Kim & Kenny at their day care. We also took Nana a roast beef Manhattan for lunch at her place. I talked to several friends and we went to Elbert's for Taco Tuesday. It was fun!

Posted by Dave at 3:00 PM
Categories: Current Events, Daleville


Posted on Sunday, October 14, 2018

Farm Camp Out

Stacey, Linda & I hosted family & friends, beginning Friday afternoon and ending Sunday about noon, for the 'Fall Camp Out 18' at Norris Farm. Below are the pictures that are not in any specific order and were taken by Jessica, Molly, Shelly and myself. Clicking these small images will open larger ones.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
 

Posted by Dave at 5:00 PM
Categories: Current Events, Farm