Windows…a photo essay

11:00 am. The window truck arrives. I hear faint echos of harps from the heavens.

11:00 am. The window truck arrives. I hear faint echos of harps from the heavens.

First, the rectangular bottom pieces.

First, the rectangular bottom pieces.

Then, flexible metal is stretched over the arch to create a mold for the glass. Not so easy, since the arches are not as perfect as they appear to the naked eye.

Then, flexible metal is stretched over the arch to create a mold for the glass. Not so easy, since the arches are not as perfect as they appear to the naked eye.

Meanwhile, a celebration with the guys who've been here from be beginning, a month before we arrived. It's their last day.

Meanwhile, a farewell and thank you to the guys who’ve been here from be beginning, a month before we arrived. It’s their last day. The job is done.

Chili and beer to celebrate.

Chili and beer to celebrate.

The window in the study is finished--except for some silicone. The bedroom windows will be finished on Wednesday.

The window in the study is finished–except for some silicone. The bedroom windows will be finished on Wednesday. Sun late in the day makes a photo tricky.

The view from the finished window. Hallelujah!

The view from the finished window, looking down on the patio. Hallelujah! More harps.

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4 Responses to Windows…a photo essay

  1. Lynn Campbell says:

    Well… This was an adventure one does not want to repeat. Finished just in time before your family arrives to enjoy the enhanced abode. Best regards.

  2. Carol Neave says:

    Hi Paula, Your window post worked perfectly on my IPhone but not on our main computer strangely – and the computer is brand new. Congrats on finishing the widow project. The photos show it to be a pleasing outcome and maybe worth the stress? Kim from TO has been here for a week long and we had some lovely times taking photos. Now back to a routine. Cheers Carol

    Sent from my iPhone

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  3. sandysteer1 says:

    At  long last – but they do look worth the wait!    I always tell Don when a new  post comes from you.  Don gets after me when I forget to send it to his email!

    Sandy

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  4. Onni and Ulla Juhala says:

    Felicitaciones ¡ Por fin su esperanza termino con dos ventanas muy buenas, Disfrútenlas y también su nuevo piso.

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