Friday, July 27, 2007

room process

I don't have a great shot of it all put together yet....


Blogger falcons said...

The room is beautiful! What the picture doesn't show is the 120 degree heat and the record time you did it is! Congratulations! I think that it is a sure contest winner and really must be you think Lyle B. Rary is still around? I will write to BH&BC* in Camden, N.J. ASAP..

7:51 AM  
Blogger falcons said...

*Bettter Homes and Bookcases

7:51 AM  
Blogger gwen said...

I was actually thinking the same thing!, we should submit an entry!

8:56 AM  
Blogger falcons said...

I am way ahead of you honey. The photos have been submitted, Mr. Rary also asked for the blog entry as of last February where the permits were requested from the city of Phoenix. Mr. Rary is contacting the city officials to verify Matt's experiences as well. He thinks that the exciting line of red tape leading to the construction of your room will lend color and veracity to his article...ahem, he means prize entry. He is very excited about making new frontiers to a potential audience in the southwestern sector of the U.S. The farthest entry he has ever received was a 1980 entry for the "most raveled ( I think he meant traveled) miles for the most books" in Denver Colorado. His enthusiasm was contagious!

10:39 AM  
Blogger Madeleine said...

You put a window in the room! Nice!

12:23 PM  
Blogger gwen said...

Well (isn't it Lyle?) Mr. Rary is correct about the complexity of the licensure process adding to the satisfaction of the building process; although having to adhere to strict plans takes away some of the,er, spontaneity of the classic BH&BC project

4:23 PM  

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