Looks great. We’ll stop by and have a look. We haven’t been to see the mill since the fall. Is someone there everyday these days?
Thanks for saying Maureen. This week will be a little spotty so check in first. But for the next couple of months, in theory we’ll be there finishing –
I drive by every day on my way to work. It’s fun to watch the slow progression of change.
Good to hear from you, Mindy. Thanks. Stop by or at least toot your horn on the way past!
It is such an encouragement to see places like the Hatch Mill being restored and not just repaired back to function. Thanks for the inspiration. I can’t wait to buy my first lot of lumber still warm from the saw.
If I had the time I would most certainly volunteer. I have a ten day old son and a two and a half year old daughter. And a 300 (c.1728) year old home I am restoring. ‘Nough said.
Nathan Goodwin H.I.S. Carpentry Honesty. Integrity. Service
Roger that, Nathan. We should be stopping by to help you! Stop by with the kiddos when the time is right. We’ll likely be there. Would love to hear about your own restorations.
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