It’s been almost a summer’s day today for our houseviewing adventures – 19 degrees and not a breath of wind. We’ll not quite, it did start to blow a southerly whilst we were up in Kaitoke.
Still, the Moss Brothers build team continue to motor on starting to wrap up the house for winter which official starts next week. The main parts of the roof are on and they and the walls are almost wrapped for cladding with the weatherboard.
It was quite a shock to see the roof colour but also a relief that the colour we’d chosen didn’t look too out of place in the country location. However, no doubt that we’re making a mark on the local landscape.
View from the Tunnel Gulley Footpath of house and neighbours cows