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Back on track! Sinen vagyunk...:)

YAY! After a two-month setback we're finally back on track. I can hardly believe the work has actually started today. It turned out that we can't get away without shoring. So our engineer had to draw the shoring plan and we had to wait for it to be approved...Boy, it's been the longest two months ever! Especially when you can't do anything but wait, and you depend on other people's schedule...We had hoped that by the time we would be back from our month-long vacation in Hungary, the foundation would be done...well, it didn't even start by the time we got back at the end of July.
But  here we are, August 17th, and from now on we can wake up at the beep-beep sound of the forklift, as Dave is backing up trying to lift up all those I-beams :) So good-bye nice, quiet sunny mornings, and welcome construction noise:) I would have never thought that one day this noise would be a charming sound to my ears:) It actually is, because it means we're making progress. Thank You, Lord, for giving us patience so far! :)

Hurrá! 2 hónapnyi csúszás után végre ismét sinen vagyunk. Alig hiszem el, hogy tényleg elkezdték a munkát ma. A csúszás oka, hogy kiderült, mégsem úszhatjuk meg támfalazás nélkül az alapozást. A mérnökünknek igy erre is el kellett készitenie a tervet, beadni, jóváhagyatni...Te jó ég, ez volt a leghosszabb 2 hónap az életemben (majdnem). A legnehezebb az, amikor nem tudsz mit csinálni, csak várni, mert más emberek időbeosztásához kell igazodnod.
Azt reméltük, hogy mire visszajövünk július végén az egy hónapos magyarországi nyaralásból, az alap már kész lesz. Ehhez képest még el sem kezdték akkor!
De végre itt vagyunk, júl.17-én végre ismét munkába lendült a csapat :-) Mostantól aztán búcsút mondhatunk a szép csendes nyári reggeleknek, és az emelő tolatódudájának hangjára ébredhetünk, amint Dave rakodja a vascölöpöket. Soha nem gondoltam volna, hogy valaha is kedves lesz számomra ez, meg a markológép hangja. De bizony az, mert azt jelzi, hogy haladunk előre a munkálatokkal. Köszönöm, Uram, hogy türelmet adtál eddig! Reméljük, továbbra is simán halad minden.

Construction zone :-) Épitési terület...

Drilling machine at work - fúrógép munkában


Bence said…
Már vártam, hogy elkészüljön az újabb bejegyzés és látom, hogy az oldal is megújult és nagyon szép lett!:)
Remélem most már minden a rendes kerékvágásban fog menni és drukkolok, hogy ne legyen újabb csúszás!
Zsuzsi said…
Bence, köszi:) Igen, most már remélhetőleg nem lesz csúszás, és gyakrabban is tudok irni, ha halad a munka:)

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