Kitchen Remodel: Week #2

This week, February 24th - March 2nd, the kitchen project didn't get full time attention like it did the previous week.  Still there was progress.  I took pictures and updated the web site, Jack made sure the old floor was removed and new sub floor installed; the 2nd front door was removed and covered; the skylight was installed.  We also worked at our regular jobs during the week.

Next week I'll be in San Antonio at a computer geek convention.  Jack has a couple days of work (which might lead to even more work).  So check back later and see what has happened.

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Just about everything is gone, except for the old floor.
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Pretty much cleaned up.
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Jack has an idea to redesign the stairway. Anything will be an improvement.
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Jack posing with his wrecking bar.
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This is the spot in the floor that was worn through. I can just imagine the man who built the house in his final years, sitting in the kitchen, looking at the Olympic mountains, mindlessly swinging his foot and scuffing the floor.
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Jack in the soon-to-be-history stairway.
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Pretending to do dishes.
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Notice the funky "spiral staircase". Given the space, there isn't much else that can be done, but Jack has plans.
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Lifting up the linoleum and subfloor.
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Waiting for a trip to the dump. Not including the stove and sink, there was another 960 pounds of wood, plaster and drywall to we hauled away. Total dumpage = 4900 pounds.
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I take the pictures and make the web site. Jack does everything else.
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Everything -- including the kitchen sink.

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