years ago, we remodeled the kitchen. First step was to call the
contractor who had done some previous work for us. He made some
recommendations . We selected cabinets, signed
the contract, and work began. We cleared the kitchen of pots, pans,
food, dishes, table and chairs all of which went to spare bedroom and
other parts of the house.
The old cupboard is bare
The crew then went to work moving appliances and stripping the room bare.
On one wall some mold was found and the hazmat folks were called. Turns out the stuff was dead and not dangerous.
A few more weeks and new cabnets were in place along with appliances;
I have not been out among the wild animals recently, but I have enjoyed watching the neighborhood critters cope with this winter's snow. The squirrels seem not to mind a bit and can find their acorns under a foot or more. My header is a view of the black Angus calves across the field.
Caught this one scurrying across the snow in the yard (the pile is where I shoveled off our patio). Above image has increased brightness. Below the brightness was increased.
The neighbor's cat walked the top of fence to avoid the snow and then did not know what to do. (It usually walks along the back to the house on the other side of us. To see another visiting animal from sever years ago, go to http://lewspics.blogspot.com/2010/07/small-visitor.html.
I joined the Header Challenge team in November. We post a new header each week on a suggested theme. Imac is the founder and head of the team. The members vote for best header and the winner gets the gold. The links above will take you to the other participants.
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I am retired, married to a smart, talented lady who once thought we computer people were geeks and now is one of us geeks. I have a long time interest in photography. We live in Maryland, about 50 miles from Washington, DC.
My main camera is a Nikon D3100 with two zoom lenses (18-55 and 55-200).
[Portrait by Marianne Oct 2, 2010]