Wednesday, November 12, 2008
I've heard it said that a home is never finished, and I think that the Hay Loft is no exception to that rule.
Oct 3rd 2008 was our official move in date, followed quickly by the house warming and my 31st birthday on October 4th. It was easily one of the best parties we've ever had the pleasure of hosting and we couldn't have done it without the help of our friends and family, especially Anthony and Anastasia McCarthy, who put on the most unbelievable spread of food I've ever seen.
All in all, the project consumed about 1 year of my life. It has been amazing, but I'm ready to move on....next up, converting the ex-Motion Picture and Sound brick build on 2nd Ave South into a pair of condo's and then I'll try convince the former Saskatoon Chinese Mennonite Church in Riversdale that it could become a vibrant multifunctional art space (let's see what the city thinks of that plan).
Rear of building, new garage is up and waiting for the rooftop deck which I'll tackle next spring.
Our grain bin. Perfect home for cereal and oatmeal....
Facade and side of the Hay Loft. Xeriscaping will commence in Spring '09.
The Ultimate Rendition by Victoria artist Colin MacRae, still brings me joy everytime I see it.
My office, the grain elevator. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool should have paid for this advertisement. I'll invoice them....
A la barn. I think Ron Sexsmith is really going to enjoy playing a house concert with a barn for a backdrop.