This Building is here in town at Dergsen's local yard. Ideally this 12' X 32' Double Lofted Cabin is the minimum size needed for the Dèjá Vu Project. It will need to be worked into the budget so the Manifestation Begins.
Recycled pallet wood is used to rebuild the wet wall in the kitchen. Recycled plywood was used as a base under the strips. The old cabinets were badly damaged so a new sink and cabinets will need to be built. Thanks to Alex Parraz and Kirt Rundle for the Kitchen re-model
This is actually the exterior wall of the building. Patch work, insulation, new electrical and plumbing were installed. A new sink and cabinets were donated by Stephen Alvarado. Thanks to Noel and Randy Trevino for the Installation. A sub-floor was installed over the damaged hardwood floor before the cabinets went in. Thanks to Alex Parraz for the flooring work.
Amazing what a tow strap and a souped up old car can do.
Tied off and ready to precede
And Down it Comes
This was the challenge, to fall this limb without taking the power line with it.
The Strap is re-positioned and the branch pulled away from the power lines.
And another one bites the Dust
This Time the pressure is taken off the strap and the branch falls.
Here the Awesome '76 Jeep shows it power when it pulls a 30' cotton trailer in from 20 miles out in the country.