The veins, arteries, lungs, and poop chute

Dad has a wonderful analogy of what building a house is like. He says it’s like watching a soul be created. It starts off as a dream and a hole in the ground. Then you watch the skeleton go up, and the skin goes on, and then the veins and arteries go in… and all the while it’s forming a personality and a life of it’s own. I guess we’re at the veins and arteries stage now.

Joel Stickler has started working his magic with the electricity.
Joel Stickler has started working his magic with the electricity.
Galen and Robbie are putting in the HVAC.
Galen and Robbie are putting in an energy efficient HVAC.
Mike and Zach are putting in the septic field.
Mike and Zach are putting in the septic field. (Frankie thinks this is some MAJORLY satisfactory work! Approved!)

2 thoughts on “The veins, arteries, lungs, and poop chute”

  1. Is that a flame shooting out of Frankie’s chest? Show your pride with a burst of flame? I love it.

    And brother Mike should be writing a book about the “living house”. He’s got a lot of insight.

    Cheers,

    Uncle ‘Dro (short for “Pedro”, in case you hadn’t figured it out)

  2. What a wonderful analogy! Gives one thought, for sure.

    I am amazed that it takes so much space for the septic program. Wow! Live and learn, eh?

    Your photos are just great and I enjoy them so much! Your home has a lot of personality, for sure!!!

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