Monday, December 5, 2011

Daily Log December 5, 2011

Who was on site
Larry, Doug, Emily, Jesse, Roy, Marina, Chris, Elspeth, Susan and Vince (Project Manager –reporting)
From Muskoka Exteriors: Darren and Brian.

What Happened 
The siding team made some great head way we have approx two and a half walls complete. Paint colours are started on one side.

What next
Full on Mudding and Taping should be complete early next week and off to priming.
We now have the siding on site, trims and corners are started and siding is going on paint colours are picked and were ordered for one side today and some ordered on Saturday.

Still Needed
The Finish paint is to be ordered.
The window returns material and trim will be brought on site.
The door jambs will be picked up next week.

Many people have come together to keep this project moving forward, many thanks to you all.  Some more people in the finish carpentry area would be helpful.

Further down the road
The siding team will get started with trims and mouldings.
The flooring is on site and anxiously awaiting the painting to be done.
Doors will be ordered and Frame (jamb) material picked up.

All tools required are on site.

Food and Drink
As per drywall schedule.
Many thanx to our food teams, especially to Mary Grey of Gravenhurst, who continues to go beyond all expectations.

We are all up to date.

My thoughts
A huge thank you to all of you for your continued dedication to this worthy project, especially Larry Fernly who comes every day and has made this project his own and Dorothy and Marj who have come weekly since the beginning. Thank you Darren from Muskoka Exteriors.

Editor's note:
I live 430 km away from the build. I am grateful that Emily, the house recipient, takes photos for those of us who are keen to see the progress form afar!

Every house recipient not only is puts in 500 sweat equity hours into their homes, but will have a geared-to-income mortgage at the end of the project, will have ownership of the home, and a place of which they can be proud. ~JennJilks

Many thanks to all the volunteers. The progress has been amazing.

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