And yet as we sit in our little Hobbit House on our property, we can't help but wonder why things can't move at a more rapid pace? After all we started back in April. Even when we talked to the builder the very first time, he was optimistic we could have a structure up by late October. In fact everything we have been dealing with, someone has said that it could be done in half the time. For instance our driveway. We started in April and were told that soon as the ground thaws they could (I guess "could" is the key word here) start the driveway. Another for instance. When we originally met the lawyer after Lisa's father passed away, he told us he had everything in order and it would take only a "year" at max to finish his estate. So if you were to look in Webster's dictionary under the word PATIENCE, you will see our pathetic faces.
Like I said, we sit in our Hobbit House on our property.
I can however run equipment. Remember when our new driveway washed out from some torrential rains and looked like this?
The rains have started and we are getting rained on almost every other day. The weather has drastically turned cooler also. From the 80's two weeks ago, to the 40's now. We keep watching the weather to see if we have to move out of the camper and into Beverly's basement. Things were looking good for us one day and then the next you look at the long range forecast and it changes. Our plan was not to leave our super secret undisclosed location until mid November because of baby reasons.
With it getting colder we are going through some serious amounts of propane. We have no hookups out here yet so everything is being run on propane. The heater, fridge, stove, oven, water heater and our generator. A 20lb. tank will last 3-5 days depending on the outside temp. For some odd reason it always runs out at 3 o'clock in the morning so I have to go out and change tanks in my underpants. So if you see me out at 3 a.m.in my underpants at "Q", you will know why.
Lisa has dug deep into her Scandinavian roots and made some Swedish meatballs from scratch. It was delish!
That's it in a nutshell.
I almost forgot how good my hunting endeavors have been. We were driving downtown and all of a sudden this beast tried to attack us.
Luckily he was on the outside of the truck. I watched as he found a way into the engine compartment. So that night I set a trap. NOw for those that don't like to see hunters posing with dead animals, don't look at the next picture.
Mouse kabobs for dinner!
"Glady's! Turn up the heat!"