These mahogany windows have stood the test of time. Like any natural material exposed for more than a century: the cracks, the discoloration, holes and signs of wear are seen vividly in the darker wood (upper part of window) which is the restored part of the third floor dormer windows. The lower part of window…
There is nothing in this post that shows 4th of July. Except it was really taken today, July 4. And because the parade passed across the house, we basically had a “private” viewing. Happy 4th of July and this time next year we hope to be in the Francis House pool ! 🙂 Thanks…
Broiled Wild Salmon with Shiso Leaves and Greens with a Date Vinaigrette. Wilted Spinach and Steamed Peas over Labneh.
Fried Halloumi, Cucumber and Avocado On Sourdough with Lemon Cumin Tahini
The front facade now sports 2 Dormer Windows.
The small footprint of the main building is to enough space for “commercial” size laundry machines and food storage. This is the solution.
A good friend of ours passed by the Francis House today and shared a conversation of some passersby on Harley’s: “How wonderful that this building is being restored after 50 years of abandonment.”