We’ve been trying to drive by the site at the beginning and end of the day to get a sense of the light. And it appears that we have at least three existing tenants…Read More
With everyone back from vacation, Rob, Deb and I had a quick meeting last week to outline “next steps.” First up — we’d like to get a driveway and power into the building site by the end of year. That…Read More
For most people, it’s a bottle of wine or olive oil. For us, our souvenir from Italy is a giant door knocker. (Yes, the “Young Frankenstein” jokes were running wild….)Read More
On this fine note, we’re off on vacation. (Seriously, if a rainbow on your site isn’t a good sign, what is?)
Things will be a little quiet here for the next few weeks. The project will gear back up in mid-October.
And, oh-the-fun-we’ll-have…..Read More
We had the field “bush-hogged” today. It’s far too late in the season for hay. Instead, we’re essentially mulching the field and recycling the cut.
And. it. looks. awesome.Read More
This will be old news for the four of you that have been with us since the beginning, but it’s been a long summer for the Fullers. We started to bid on a house in South Freeport, only to have…Read More
Red letter day for the sellers, the real estate agents, the bank and the Fullers. For some of us, the waiting has been about anticipation. For others, it might have been with a bit of dread. Because today was appraisal…Read More
This guy was circling the field for hours while we were visiting the site. Just cruising on the updraft.Read More
We lost power in Freeport today. (We’re about to change the name of this blog to “Adventures in Electricity.”) We used the occasion to head over to Cove Road. We walked our new survey and looked — one last time…Read More