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First floor in progress

This weekend the first floor is being built. The photos below are the build-status of Saturday and Sunday respectively.

We have spotted a possible mistake: One window is too high, and wouldn’t fit with the kitchen layout we have agreed on with the builder (or so we think, maybe we just looked wrong). 17 more words


The BBC's disgraceful attempt at a McCarthyist-style shaping public of perceptions and flouting impartiality rule

Many of us have criticised the BBC over the past 7 years of bias, and of reflecting broadly establishment opinion. However, the broadcasting corporation has persistently defended itself against legitimate charges of ideological favouritism, claiming a reputation for fair coverage.  2,040 more words

Jeremy Corbyn

Where My Feet Are

Somebody once told me that working in construction is just a series of close calls until something terrible happens.

We were building the roof. It was near twenty feet to the rocks below. 874 more words


Framing and the New Windows

There is nothing like driving up to your house and seeing it wide open!  It means something big is going to happen next and it feels like the project is really moving along. 222 more words

Mid-century Modern

Quickloader...They're like an extra person

Quickloaders have made a few things on a framing site easier and more enjoyable. They’re like an extra person, but this one does exactly what you want and doesn’t make any noise. 106 more words


Dollar Waiting On A Dime

I tend to believe that whatever I am doing is of the utmost importance. In the drawn-out affair of building a custom home, nearly every task should be necessary (although many construction companies are certainly not models of efficiency). 559 more words


The Framing Dept.

As well as our pet photography, we also have an in-house framing department, that not only frames our pet portraits, but also anything else you want to bring in. 200 more words

Brixham, Devon