This is the view walking up the street after the bus dropped us off. You can only walk on the side of the road and there are trucks and workers everywhere. This house was in a development and I felt a little bad for the neighbors. Everyone had to pass by security and had signs in their cars that said resident. One thing you never think about is the houses around the house being built. Their yards are pretty much taken over and used for the tents where work is done, viewing spots and places to cook/serve food.
This is the house being built. While we were there, they did a lot of electrical work, put in the front door and started the siding. We talked to some of the workers who had been there all night and they had put in all the duct work. You can't really see in this picture but on the left hand side of the front door, there is a huge window made up of smaller windows-that was my favorite part of the house.
As I mentioned before, at the start of the summer we had rain almost everyday so the site was a mud bath. I took a picture of my daugher's feet and this was in the beginning. Our feet were filthy when we left and our clothes were all splattered in the back. There was a cow field close by too so there was a bit of a lovely smell in the air :)