Chris from Granite Security today finished stringing wire for security, phone, TV and network through Emerald Hill. The last step was to install conduit between points x and y for Steven to pull cables between TVs on the wall and the amplifiers and cable boxes in the closets.
Above, the orange conduit is what Steven will use to pull cables between the TV in the loft and the equipment racked in the electrical closet above the distribution box.
Jacquela pulled into the garage last night with Jadin riding shotgun, 9 pm, returning from volleyball. She tried to turn off the car. The key stuck in the ignition. The shift would not advance to park.
Steve attempted fixes supplied by searching the Internet. No joy.
This morning, Jacquela called AAA to have the car towed to First Texas. Steven called ahead to Jay at First Texas. And a flatbed took the Civic away.
Albert, the towing operator, thinks the transmission cable is disconnected. Steven wonders if this is collateral damage from the engine replacement. We wait, now, for the techs at First Texas to diagnose …
One suprise as drywall goes up on the ceilings is how it changes light levels inside the house. Up to this point, Steven has photographed work progress by barely using flash. The grey paper of the drywall dims the light reflecting off surfaces, even brown lumber and off-white foam — and Steven is now using flash for all photos.