Last week, I went to F-W-S COUNTERTOPS to watch the creation of our vanity tops. We are planning to install three bathroom vanities at Hannah’s Hill – each with their own custom top.
In my stone cutting attire 🙂
One of the most ancient piping materials is clay, with its use dating back to 4000 BC. From the late 1800s thru early part of 1900s, vitrified clay pipe (with a salt glazing applied to both the pipe’s interior and exterior surfaces, a “carry-over” process from Europe), was the most common pipe used for sewers in the United States.
Vitrified clay pipe excavated at Hannah’s Hill.
With the installation of a new septic system here at Hannah’s Hill last week, first step was to dig and find the century-old clay sewage pipe near the house. Continue reading
It all started with a container sale, as in shipping container sale…
Just before Christmas, I stopped by Janet Wiebe’s
container sale after work one evening and she had everything listed 50% off! She travels to France, Belgium, Spain and Italy to hand pick antique and decorative items to ship back to Houston to sell to designers and the general public. I purchased a small French iron table, but it came without
I was lucky enough to spend Christmas in southern Illinois with friends and family, but unfortunately Blaine was called out to a rig and couldn’t come with me.
December has been a slow month for house progress, but I’ll share with you what little progress we’ve made.
|Lincoln on Christmas Eve at Hannah’s Hill