July 05, 2009

Getting there

Framing

Mark got the arc figured out


Next step: build platforms under doors,

build ramada, build new steps, stain deck....

17 comments:

Golden West said...

This will be wonderful - such a nice addition to your living area - you'll spend many happy hours there.

Sarah said...

Most impressive and a shadow shot to boot!

Catherine said...

It looks good and how nice it will be to relax in the fresh air with your beautiful views.

Brighid said...

Looks like a great deck. We are just finishing a 10x20 one, and I'm spending way too much time out there, lollygagging. Hope you enjoy yours.

picciolo said...

looks great! What colour are you going to stain it?
: )

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

It looks like you are having fun with a big project...you even had the time to find shadows. Impressive!

Fog and Thistle said...

So nice to have such a handy guy around!

willow said...

I love the shape! Looking foward to the finished product.

Victoria said...

Very cool looking, and what a great guy!

larkspur said...

This will be a beautiful space. Are you and Mark working together on this? Keep those fotos coming, I love to see your daily progress.

Cicada Studio said...

Looking great! And moving along at a good clip, too. Will be fun to watch the full transformation.

Donna Pizzi said...

What sort of platforms under doors? I'm trying to picture the ramada...
Great shape; tricky to make that arc.
Bravo, Mark! Brava, Charmaine.
Baci, D

M.Kate said...

Congrats Mark!! absolutely fantastic job...my husband couldn't even build a rabbit hutch :(

A Cuban In London said...

Oh, yes, I can see it taking shape now. Beautiful.

Greetings from London.

kath@retromantic antiques said...

Your deck is going to be great. You're very lucky to have a "handy" man. kath

storyteller's other blog said...

What a wonderful transformation with kewl shadows too! I suspect you'll love it when it's finished ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

DJ said...

Wow - impressive!

Hubby & I just poured concrete in our backyard for a patio. Man, was that work!