First thing today, we’ll unload the door we picked up from The Door Jamb in Shokan, yesterday and we will house it in the garage with the windows until we get the Hospice Gift Shop framed out and ready for them. We should be able to actively build on the cement pad by Monday I’d think. We are going to work at that at our leisure and enjoy the donation of the cost of building the gift shop, rather than look at it as a job. We are certainly hoping that an open house when finished and possibly being able to erect a nice sign at the end of our road by route 32 will help to make this fund raising endeavor a success for years to come for the Columbia/Greene County Hospice organization.
Today, we will finish up the Bunny Brothel, (I hope) because Claudia will be supplying us with four, huge, Angora bunnies as soon as they are big enough to leave their Mommy. We will have plenty of time before the bunnies arrive, but we need to build an inside door entrance, move the other bunnies in, build four new hanging crates with catch pans and install electric receptacles for their shearing, along with a nice grooming table so they can be brushed weekly. This will not be a large amount of work, but we do still have the gift shop and rear deck roof to build. It turns out that Vicki and I will be building it ourselves, because everyone else up here says they will and never show up, so we are our own best, reliable builders.