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We are celebrating! :) Ünnepelünk! :)

Yes, we are celebrating, because after another 2-month delay we're back on track again (just like so many times before). The insulation is finally in, and drywalls are being installed next week. Our little "castle" is getting more like a house inside, because we can't see through the walls any more.
Yay, we have our first drywall - Hurrá, az első gipszkarton fal végre helyére került
Igen, ünnepelünk, mert egy újabb 2 hónapos kényszerpihenő után ismét sinen vagyunk (csakúgy, mint annyiszor már). Végre elkészült a szigetelés, a gipszkarton falak pedig előreláthatóan jövő héten kerülnek a helyükre. Most már jobban ház kinézete van belül is a mi kis "palotánknak", mert nem lehet átlátni a falakon.
Hallway(entryway) - bejárat és lépcsőfeljáró az emeletre (jobb szélen)
Living room - nappali
Master bathroom - fürdőszoba
Master bedroom - hálószoba

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