Here's the view from my dining room window, towards the garden at the back. There's still a LOT of green-goodness out there!
Rudy's been busy with the front door project. If you want to see it in live action, check out the short video, showing how he tamps down the insulation inside the wall:
This photo shows the placement of the door. Once all the siding is replaced, it will be sanded, caulked, scraped, caulked some more, sanded some more, primed, and then (WHEW!) painted! Like I mentioned in a previous post, we saved the siding (antique pine ship-lap in the smaller profile) from the greenhouse lean-to we tore down last year because of a rotted roof.
We still haven't decided what exactly to do with the front porch railings. I do love the old oak leaf and acorn wrought iron, but would like something a bit more 1930s looking.
There is actually a nice-sized closet to the left of that blue wall.
Two north-side windows make this an excellent place for painting.