Yes, our slab went down on Saturday (Bel's been madly writing reports since then). It's all really starting. Hopefully things are going to zoom along now. I couldn't understand why people would take so many photos of a slab. Now I know. It's the start of the dream. It's really happening. We (well Phil) can actually visualise the rooms. I'm not so good at visual spatial stuff. I'll just wait for the frame to go up - then I can 'see' the rooms. :)
There is a lot of action happening in our section of The Ponds at the moment. Action happening for Yopz (Skypie), Thigee and now Matt and Caza - our back fence neighbours. Everyone is zooming along so quickly. It was great to meet more people from our neighbourhood on Saturday. That is of course in addition to 'our' rain garden that they are so kindly landscaping for us (across the road near the creek). This is in addition to the work that they are doing on the 'pond / creek' up on the corner of Waterfall Boulevarde and Meander Crescent. Our other next door neighbours are now in council too. Woo hoo.
So to the pictures: (Don't worry I won't upload the 100 + photos I took - as I said... I understand it now :) )
There was / is still so much mud around the site. Hopefully more of that has dried up now. Next step drainage. Our SS indicated that the plan was to do it on Friday. Hopefully the weather doesn't delay us anymore. We (and Matt and Caza) just need about a month of good weather. Overcast is fine - just no rain till the roof is on and the bricks are done. I'm sure Skypie is hoping for that too. Along with all the other builds that are happening in our little neighbourhood.
Here's hoping for lots of sunshine from now on.