Monthly Archives: July 2014

Firestation texture

Later this week, the Firestation Engine Hall will get a new concrete floor, as the old one is of questionable quality, as well as having a slope down to the main doors for the horse drawn and, later, motorized fire … Continue reading

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Colorful Casita

As the Casita progresses through restoration, for a moment, the historic colors still shine through. Once completed, it will still be a lively thing, with a vibrant Fire Engine red at the front door, and a bold blue door to … Continue reading

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Ghosts in the walls

In the process of restoration of the Firestation #2, we have to peel back many of the layers in order to move forward with the new design.  The plaster walls are one component of this process, and as we dust … Continue reading

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