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Friday evening, walls up, time to start the weekend. Alicia brought two of the boys to help wrap up the day.
Eric owns the company that made the panels. He finished framing 3 of the windows on site. Note the foam insulation inside the window header.
3A has the same good solar exposure, but is being framed conventionally to the specification of the buyer.
This build includes a splash pad on the other side of the play ground.
This is the park where we listened to the music.
This is an old bus converted with a kitchen in about one half and
a place to eat in the other half. The food we had was good and the portions were generous.
Taco Bus Restaurant as viewed through a Solar Home bathroom window.
Do not count on catching a fish almost as big as you are.
On a hot day a float down the Beaverhead is just the thing.
Gold discovered here in 1862. Now a ghost town and Bannock State Park
Grasshopper Creek flows into the Beaverhead River near the Clark dam.
This type of haystack builder was developed in the Big Hole and remains in use there and elsewhere even today.