May 22, 2008
So I’ve learned (I'm new at this!) that blogging takes time…which none of us seems to have these days because 1) the building of the house, and 2) the filming of episodes are both in full swing in New Hampshire. Which is why there have been so few blog posts lately. Sorry about that―we will try to be better about keeping in touch. Right now, it’s 10:30 at night, and we (the crew) have to leave at 5am tomorrow morning for another day in New Hampshire, for more building in the shop.
So all I can offer right now is this tip for those of you following the webcams:
Next week watch the “Factory Cam” on Tuesday and Wednesday (May 27 and 28). Why?
Well, you will see the crew in the building systems shop with Kevin and Tommy building and filming alongside the Bensonwood panel guys, lead by Jay Lepple. They'll be building up the wall panels for the Weston house and installing new windows from Andersen.
On Thursday, be sure to watch the arrival of our prefabricated foundation walls from Superior Walls on the Weston site cams; the new foundation will be up in just a few short hours. After that, the action in Weston should pick up on a daily basis as we ready for the pouring of the slab and the arrival of the first panels around June 9th. We have two episodes of the series nearly complete, and can’t wait for you to see them when they premiere in October. But first, some sleep!
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Hello Again. Thank you for keeping us in the loop! ... notably us webcam addicts!!
Hey Boss-Lady, A big THANKS for this info. Knowing what's coming on a particular day is really great. The info helps fill in some of gaps between 'I know what that is' and 'WHAT are they doing?'. Keep up the GREAT work... from Arizona.
Pete, Betty & Henry say, "GET A SHAVE!!" And, don't forget the Bocci court!!
We love ya!
Hello Deborah & TOH gang, What's next? Can us webcam junkies get an update? Not much happening at the job-site. The "south" & "north" cameras - at this point - aren't very much good - to far away. The "factory-cam" doesn't show much, either. The crew may be there filming, but we really can't see what's going on. Can we get a few more photo's of some of your side trips? The time that you and Jennifer share with us in these blogs is really appreciated. I check the webcams at least 4 times a day and the blogs once a day. Thank You & take care from Arizona.