Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Day 18

The house and the ham bones
Things are going well on our addition! Bill, Chad and Billy are very efficient and after our double disaster the first weekend (lets just say Steve was thinking of changing his name to Noah), we're on a role! The part you can’t see is the shed pad that was poured out by the chicken coup. It was fun to walk through the addition with the rooms chalked out. The kids are standing on the patio, in front of the living room, to left along our current house is the L shaped hallway that leads to Steve's office (in the middle), bedroom far left next to the house) and our master bedroom & bathroom (see the plumbing sticking out?). Hooray!
Tuesday the trusses will be here!

Friday, September 24, 2010


Ava, Naomi, & Luke with the Carol Sue Koehler Original. A one of a kind miniature replica of our living room. It's AMAZING! You really have to see it in person to be stunned by the similarities.  

Saturday, September 11, 2010

It has begun!

Our "summer project" began last Monday, September 6. 
Tools+dirt= little boy bliss!

The first blessing: the septic stub out was in our yard. We didn't have to go through the ditch or the street!
How does this work?

Watson Family Campout: The Slide!

You'll have to ask Stacie, Steve, Stephanie, Lyle or Steve Sr. what happened :-)

Watson Family Campout

We had a great time with Grandpa and Grandma Watson, Stacie and kids and the MacAdam Family at Kidder Creek Camp. My pictures are all from the pond but we also had fun roasting marshmallows, paintballing, riding horses, doing the ropes coarse, archery and playing in the dirt!
Ready to go!

Naomi and Kim fishing
Not sure if Josh, Jacob and Leah are catching or releasing this fish!
Cute little camper Luke