Happy December 25th!

PN is grateful that TS is recovering so well post knee-surgery. TS is becoming an Fe-womyn with all of those various (borderline sadistic) physiotherapeutic exercises (Gus [from the clinic], if you’re reading this, I don’t know whether to thank you or curse you).

While I want to spend a week at the site (during our break), that will have to wait until TS’s knee heals more. Sure, I’m all gung-ho about trudging into the lot — solo. That’s a bit too risky. I cannot rely on my neighbours to bail me out if I do something stupid (they ARE called widowmakers for a reason, eh).

In the meantime, TS is making ~600-900 wolf biscuits for our wolfman & his pack (MS, we’re looking forward to our next visit; it’s possible we can meet you 1/2 way for a dawg-treat exchange).

Last item: when Evolve Builders visited our site earlier this month, they took additional images of our roughed in build-site. I’ve sprinkled those images in on our website. The annotations are my own and does NOT represent the views of our contractor, eh.

I’m hoping the frozen ground will allow our well driller opportunities to do exploratory testing. And our wastewater system installer to test the strata’s percolation performance. TBA = to be announced.
As our home gets built, PN will try to get additional images from this vantage point.
If you’d like a graffitti-free image, please contact PN.

Test Kitchen. PN’s observations!

During our time (back in the city), TS practices with different formulas.
When we get our act together, we’ll have to arrange bulk purchases from the vendor in PEC. Heavy syrup is an acquired taste that producers only make small batches of. Its production is also time-consuming & energy-intensive.
TS was given a challenge by THE WOLFMAN (you’re a fanastic neighbour, MS).
Will THE WOLFMAN’s pack like these rusk-like canine treats? Will they have a stable shelf life? Are YOU interested in trying out TS’s creations? Stay tuned to the blog, eh (or post a comment [PN monitors the thread]).