6 thoughts on “Plaster mountain!

  1. J. Staft December 19, 2020 / 09:08

    To think the pile of plaster debris is only one tenth of what you’ll have to deal with! It’s heart breaking to think that all this devastation was preventable with just basic maintenance . Given the size of the house I can’t imagine how many hours of work will be involved just in plaster removal, never mind repair. I hope you both are wearing masks so you don’t inhale the dust. Talk about patience and vision!

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    • moorelandhouse December 19, 2020 / 09:14

      Oh, of course we wear masks! We have done this enough times in the past to know better. =) The plaster actually started to fall off the ceilings back in the 80’s. It was covered with drywall to keep more from falling.


      • Essie Collins December 19, 2020 / 10:42

        I don’t guess you will be replastering. I know maybe a stupid question. I guess you will use dry wall to do the repairs.

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  2. carhartt986 December 19, 2020 / 09:17

    My late husband made a firm believer out of me that any tractor worth having needs a front end loader! It is a life saver for you two and is like having several extra hands on deck.

    I know this is a mess (memory of helping my parents remodel their 135 year old beauty) but feels good when you continue to see progress. I’m not kidding when I say you both amaze me!

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    • moorelandhouse December 19, 2020 / 09:20

      Yes, we didn’t even look at tractors without the loader. We were just talking this morning about how we are enjoying documenting our journey through this house. We are going to have many memories. =)


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