Building Deliveries and Tour

I am a few months late to post these videos. My laptop decided to break down and not start up for me. I had to send it out for repairs. After I got it back, I had to find a video program that I could create videos for YouTube.  I also had to find time to figure out the program which wasn't easy. I am happy to say I figured it out enough to do simple videos. I am hoping to get better at making more elaborate videos.

The first video I created was on our guest house and workshop being delivered. I decided not to add music and let the sounds of the wind, our voices, and the delivery truck be what you hear. It ended up turning out just fine. My second video was a tour of the property. I photographed everything around the ranch to give everyone an update. These videos were made in March and things have changed since then. Gary has brought up lots of stuff that we wanted up there and we organized a bit. 

The boys had intended to work on the bathroom a week ago, but one of them got sick and it put things off. Their stuff are still in the main house and will be removed so Gary can work on the interior of the house. The first thing he is doing will be the skirting around the bottoms of each structure to prevent wind and critters for getting under the buildings. After that, he plans to get started on the inside of the main house and add heaters to both houses. Right now it still feels a bit like camping, and we want it to feel like a home instead.

I was able to go up with him a few days ago and took more updated pictures. I will put those together in video soon. I will rely on Gary to take photos of all the projects he works on because I can't always be there. We have two dogs that have to be babysat because they are very spoiled. We have our granddaughter, daughter and Sharon that will watch them so I can go with Gary to the ranch. 

We are excited to be moving on this place. We don't know what kind of winter we will get this year, but we want it to be warm and cozy so we can stay there even through the winter.


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