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imgp0511.jpg - Apr 08, 2008 - 10:26 AM
A record number of white vans (later to be exceeded the next week)

Even with 20 boxes of semi-rigid panels of hemp fibre insulation already stuffed behind the ceilings, there are still 16 boxes left which are always in the way.   The next time I build a house the garage will come first to store stuff.

Benoit moved down to put plastic angles on all the openings in the sous sol, after having done upstairs.

Temporary landings I had made had to be partly dismantled to thread electrical conduit under them.

I asked the plasterer to put plasterboard on the vertical walls in the mezzanine. Albert, M Maziere's other assistant, had taped all the plasterboard joints and filled the screw holes.

Comment: On Tuesday 8th April M. Marcelin Mazieres, the carpenter, came to fix the leaks in the roof. Michel, Mr Desvergnes electrician, was working to keep just a few steps ahead of the plasterer, Mr Laurent Maziere, and I was trying to keep ahead of them both with partitions.
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