Little house isn't looking so good.

Darren Wright

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So a daylight photo where I started from yesterday.
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After picking up a bazillion wood shingles and untangling all the broken boards and cutting many to length to burn. I was able to rummage around for anything to salvage.

I came across a few tools from the old work bench. Some valve lapping and seating tools, some old mill work, and a pretty nice looking Stanley Sweat Heart Level (one glass empty on it, but no cracks found).
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I also found a concrete floor under most of it. About one quarter of the floor has a crawl space area, but the rest has concrete over it.
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First thing I noticed too was the grade. I'll bet it had a great view.

Alan
It will be a great porch sitting spot once we clear up some brush and get the porch built. ;)
 

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I finally got the rest of the back wall down today. I have two chain saw chains to sharpen now, but we’ll worth it as they got it all into sections to go in the stock tank to burn.
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I also filled the trailer with quite a bit of scrap metal to take to the scrapper next week. I did find a few more tools in the rubble, will post those up when I get pics.
 
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