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  • Dan Schumacher

I Can See Clearly Now!

The old, drafty, dingy windows with their single pane glass, lead paint, and rusty screens are gone! The window installer was here for three days and replaced the windows on the main level as well as the tilt-in windows and glass block in the basement. We have received several compliments from the neighbors about how much we have improved the aesthetics of the house. The brown color and new mullion pattern make a huge difference.

February has come and gone. Good riddance! The average temperature in Spokane was colder than Anchorage, Alaska and we received more snow then they did. While the city didn't break the record for the most amount of snow in February we did come in second place. The average snow for the month is five inches. We got 30 inches and the average temperature was 21.3 degrees. Brrrr!

Trish and I decided to take advantage of the winter weather and go skiing at 49 Degrees North in Chewelah, WA. It was a beautiful brisk day filled with sunshine and in just half a day we managed to get in seven runs.

The old windows

The new windows!

More new windows and air conditioner

Dining room window from the outside. There is a lot of work to do to fix the fascia and soffit when the snow melts.

Window opening in the dining room

New dining room windows

New living room windows

Trish and I at the summit of 49 Degrees North

Taken from the summit of 49 Degrees North

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