More to come
Many of you will have noticed that my progress postings for much of the last couple of years have suffered on frequency.
As I have mentioned a lot lately, the longevity of this project has burned through my energy stores, and I just do not have the ability to sit down at night and type out an update like I used to. It is hard enough to do the product research needed to keep my material ordering on track to not delay construction.
I am however still committed to documenting this build and sharing these updates with you.
So I will attempt to solve two problems, improve my update schedule and at the same time improve the quality of the site visit videos I post, as I have been left unsatisfied at how shaky they have been.
I have just bought a small wearable high definition video stabilized camera. I hoping to use the camera to provide more of the status updates and less typed out posts. I will still supplement the posts with annotated photos. Who knows, I may even do a ‘Day in the life of’ video some times.
If there is a specific assembly or component you would like more information on, please drop me a line and I will work it into a future posting.
I want to thank all of you for taking this long journey with me. Knowing that you are out there keeps me accountable and motivated on a daily basis.
As always, thanks for visiting!
“Don’t be afraid to expand yourself, to step out of your comfort zone. That’s where the joy and the adventure lie.” —Herbie Hancock (born 1940) Musician
“I know the price of success: dedication, hard work, and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see happen. ” —Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) Architect
2 Responses to “More to come”
You have done a incredible and outstanding job so far for building an unique, well prepared, and quality work. The whole construction industry owe you a lot for your hard working and your great attention to details scientifically and professionally.
With no doubt you will get what you want. You suffered a lot for the sake a real sustainable house construction. That is why you are eligible for a valuable gain.
Thank-you Homayoun for the kind words. Are you in your new house now?