Wood Cook Stove Destruction…

 Way back in December began a huge undertaking for Randy.  We decided against all the naysayers we wanted to install a wood cookstove.  So after months of research we finally found the perfect stove for our needs….and the demolition began.

This was our cute little entry way before.

cutting out the floor

Next came the wall with its pretty hidden wallpaper.

and surprise….lath and plaster.

Apparently this is lots of fun to tear out.

Am I a lucky girl or what…he cleaned up after himself as he went, so I came home from work to a clean construction area.  He did such a good job and got it all ripped out and ready to reconstruct in one day.  He’s awesome!


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