Tapestry Friday Update: Week 7

Jan 20, 2023

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Hello Friends of CLDI!

How crazy is this “winter” weather? Remember, we live in Montana, so don’t get too comfortable. I am sure that winter will set in just as spring is around the corner! In the meantime, we are thankful for the warmer weather, which cooperates quite nicely with Tapestry! This week the construction team at Langlas was able to pour 3/4 of the footings and prep the wall forms to do a second pour Friday afternoon. Next week, forms will be pulled, and they will frame up and pour the remaining footings and walls. Two weeks out, we will begin the underground rough-in for the plumbing.

This week, we received word that our electrical panel (ordered in November of 2022) will arrive on November 6, 2023! Lord willing, they will be able to fulfill this order with plenty of lead way! Such is the market these days with certain items.

We would love to give you a tour of the building site as well as the other works of CLDI. Click here to set up a time to meet!

Blessings.

Kaleb


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