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10 December 2011


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Lawrence I'm impressed with the work gang. I was wondering how they'd raise the house and now I see how. Not a crane in sight. Also there's not an empty plastic food bag on view either. They're not only a clever bunch but a tidy one too.


Not just clever and tidy, Martyn. They are able to vanish into thin air, and work on several houses at the same time. Not ours, today, I'm afraid. Sometimes I wonder if they are spirits from the buea baan across the road.

Richelle Jelsma

I'm so amazed with the results of the house moving! Everything just seemed to have gone smoothly and easily, like pushing a toy car with just a finger. How's the renovation going on?


It's finished! I'll post pics etc. soon.
You're right about it going smoothly and easily. I was certain the whole house was going to break up and fall apart. Brilliant!

Thanks for your comment, Richelle. I'll try not to keep you waiting too long for the finished product.

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