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Not sure if anyone would have any interest, outside of maybe Steve and his apprentice, but the new neighbors brought over a blueberry pie and full photo documentation of the build of the house.  What was sold as and listed for taxes as a 1972 home with renovations, would appear to be a near complete tear down and new build. Note the sweet green fridge in many of the pictures and the worker riding the chimney like a bull before it collapsed through the floor into the basement.  They tell us the chimney was going to be the only thing kept, until that. 

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Love it, Jeff. That was quite the upgrade from the previous build shown in your pics above. Clicking through the old pics, the teardown/rebuild, and then seeing the pics of the new place, I'm really happy for you guys. I was just thinking I haven't had a biscuit in a week or so; perhaps that helped?

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Anything is possible

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Very cool Jeff!

Brings back memories for me of many projects I was proud to be part of.

Sounds like you've got yourself some good neighbors!

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Thru must have needed to keep one wall to call it a renovation rather than a rebuild, even though it is a rebuild. It's great to have this detailed record of construction, but did your stalker neighbor take all of those photos? That would be very strange...

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^^There's a number of towns around here that require exactly that.  The contractors' favorite trick is to save one wall of the garage, usually the back of the garage.

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Yes, the neighbors are kind of weird.  He is an older guy in some kind of sales position that seems to have a lot of free time.  I guess he either took a picture from his deck or went over to bug the workers daily for the whole build.

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You need to start sunbathing naked on the deck.

"Take a picture of this, Bob."

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I recommend buying a wizard costume and a case of candles. Friday at midnight dress up, light the candles and play some Gregorian chants through your system at volume 11.

 

Howdy neighbor.

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