I googled the definition of extremity!
|After a lovely few days in Bideford getting to know William I returned home to what I definitely think is our point of extremity with Operation Broken House.|
I got my camera and you know what they say -- the camera never lies!
The house all wrapped and protected?
The first floor with the original upstairs back wall demolished.
The view out to the back garden from the first floor with the dining room ceiling removed!
The first floor.
The kitchen ceiling after it had a surprise visit from a lintel from upstairs. I am so glad I was not doing a spot of dusting in the kitchen!
In many ways the craziest picture of all.
The dining room where just a few short weeks ago we were celebrating Christmas!
The original wall between the back corridor and the shower room was load bearing but no longer so it has been demolished to create a new utilty room.
The view of the lounge door from the conservatory!
And the view to the first floor from the same spot!
The back garden
Now I have been told that is the last of the demolition and it certainly has been extreme enough for me.
So now Operation mended house can begin but there is a small matter of rather a large pile of rubble to deal with.