Saturday, September 29, 2007

Beautiful Colonial Old Wethersfield Connecticut

Thursday's second job (to which I was about two hours late) was in perhaps the coolest all around house I have been in. And that is saying a lot, since I have been in freakin' multi-thousand square foot mansions around Avon, etc.

This was a great old house in Old Wethersfield, CT. It was from like 1740 or something, and it showed. There was also a "new" part of the house, which couldn't have been less than 50 years old. But it was all together awesome, in the truest sense of the word. The old house was perfect. Kitchen was all new features, but old structure. The stairs were incredibly narrow. Original WIDE floors showed in many places. All sorts of crazy closet type spaces. Wak up attic. All so cool. Plus the lady was so chill and nice. It was a great reprise from all the challenges of the week up to that point.

Thus are the ups and downs of the dryer ventilation business. I wonder what's in store for next week?

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