Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
John, I must apologize , I never thought your finish it with out some heavy lifting equipment. Well done.. Now you can kick back and considerate on keeping warm for a few days.
no rest for the thirsty...gotta get gutters and tanks in place next.
Hey J.W.Congratulations! It really looks great. I had faith in your abilities, but Gee what a job .... All by your lonesome! (Except for Benita's supervising) When are you going to break it to her, that it is NOT her new digs!? Have a good one!
Congrats and I hope I get to try a poomato some day.
Lookin Good John.
....nice job John! ..yes, we are getting plenty of rain lately in the Houston area and maybe you are as well out there, so yessir ...time to get the water collection system installed on it!...again, nice job on getting it done.
Su-weeet! It looks like a sports stadium roof. I know you'll get the gutters and water tanks in place as soon as possible. Have you thought about closing in the ends of the roof? That's a considerable gap.
Great job John! I know you're glad to be finished with the roof. Looking forward to seeing it in person
I,m glad to see you got'er done. Great job.
Iv'e been following (lurking) you for quite some time.. We have property out in West Texas (at the base of the Guadalupe mountains) and your doing very similar things that we are planning.. Congrats on the building roof!
Nice job.Sure looks a lot different than when I visited last January.
Beautiful sight for sure...you're a hard workin man, JW. Looks nice.
Hey John,glad to see that "Benita Construction Inc" has finished.
Very cool Mr. Wells!
That's gotta feel good!
What an accomplishment. You're amazing!
Well done John. Nothing like designing and building your own structure. As you say - it's fun working in 3D!Looking forward to seeing it myself when I make my annual trek this year.
Superb and inspirational!
Congrats and good job.
Awesome job, John! Truly amazing. I hope you remember to pat yourself on the back!
Congratulations. Benita needs a customized hard hat to wear in the work area.
Very impressive.I have watched its progress over time and seeing it take shape is brilliant.Well done on single handedly doing this. That is inspiring.
I think you are some kind of genius. I wish I had some of your get-r-done. Well done John.
Love the sweep of the roof. Gorgeous lines.
wow! really great to see. i will tilt a beer for you tonight!
Bel said it perfectly... inspirational!
Fantastic John... Well done!
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