Tuesday, October 3, 2006

The New Homestead


I have been meaning to write this for a while but am just now getting the chance to. My residence has now changed once again and nestled in the blustery foothills of the rocky mountains lies the new sanctuary for work, sleep, eat, drink, party and, most importantly, creativity. Its a little easier to work on stuff here than it was in the chaotic mayhem of the dorms last year. This place is clean, homey and spacious but a few things did need to be overhauled when we arrived. The most important was the horrendous globe/ball lighting fixtures which we replaced, OURSELVES, with directional halogen beams. Then each of the three of us did a piece of art for the wall. Even though Greg's is a little bland, (all red) we are definetly going to be decorating the wall with different pieces throughout the year. Jim was also keen enough to snag a six by six foot aeriel photograph his first night in Boulder and drove half way across town, pinning it to the roof with one hand, text messaging with the other and shifting his 4Runner with his elbow.





From right to left. Manista, Kimmel, Marek






This couch was graciously donated by the Morris family.






Kitchen window.





My contribution to the wall.





Swallows





The roomates.

posted by Blake Kimmel @ 6:51 PM |

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