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The first wall is up! Áll az első fal!

It's very exciting to see the very first wall up. When we look down in the basement now, we can see the wall that's going to divide the whole area into 2 smaller ones..we haven't really decided it yet, what to do with it...maybe a workout room and an entertainment area or something like that...It was fun climbing down the ladder and see the basement from a different perspective. It looks much bigger down there than it is from above...:) 

The next step is putting up the floor joices and pour the concrete...that means we have the garage floor done soon, too:)

Nagyon jó látni, hogy áll az első fal! :) Ha most lenézünk a basementbe, látjuk a falat, ami elválasztja majd az egész területet két kisebbre...még nem igazán döntöttük el, mit csináljunk vele...talán egy edzőterem-féle meg egy tévézős-játszós hely lesz vagy valami ilyesmi...Jópofa volt lemászni a létrán, és egy egész más perspektivából látni a basementet. Sokkal nagyobbnak néz ki ott lent, mint fentről...:) A következő lépés az aljzatbeton öntése előtt a fagerendák felszerelé már azt jelenti, hamarosan elkészül a garázs padlózata is...


mlgcreative said…
Hi Zsuzsi :) I just found your blog via your comment on another "building house" blog... I am also on this adventure of building our new home for my family... Its been quite the journey and we are FINALLY living in the house... (my blog is behind in time... its still a way to go to catch up)... we are about to attempt landscaping etc... fun fun! Anyway, I just thought u might find my blog of interest also - - you are welcome to stop by.... I hope to follow your journey too... Blessings to you and your family :) Cheers - Mary :)

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