We are in the final stretch — the finish work phase of the project.
Next is trim, flooring, appliances, lighting…I can’t wait to see what Greensaw has in store for us.
On Friday, around 1pm we gave Mia’s parents and one of her sisters a tour of the buildings. A few Greensaw guys were there and they told us the first drywall delivery was coming that afternoon. On Sunday I gave one of Mia’s brothers and his wife a tour of the buildings where we discovered this had happened:
Wow. I can’t believe how fast drywall has gone up and how completely DIFFERENT it makes everything look. It’s starting to look real.
Here’s a quick before/after of the 206 Storefront (which is available for lease if you are interested).
A big trench has been dug around the periphery of the foundation of the buildings so they can seal it up. All that digging has uncovered a ton of broken clay bottles in the back of 206. I know in the late 1800’s 206 was a Tavern owned by John S. Riehl so finding bottles makes sense. Mia’s brother Christopher and his wife Jackie are really into archeological mysteries so I knew they would be good helpers in figuring these bottles out.
We dug around until we found pieces of bottles with intact seals on them.
Here is what I was able to find out on the Internets. Continue reading “Minerva-Brunnen Oberlahnstein”