Emile installing tiles beneath the bathroom sink counter.
Beginning to tile the bathroom shower.
How about the purple duct tape?
Shower walls completed; gridlines for the tapered floor tiles drawn.
Bathroom and shower floors tiled.
Emile staining the window jamb extensions.
Curved kitchen counter installed and drying.
Kitchen counter stained and sink installed.
Interior view of the "archive" under construction.
Spring equinox western sky.
Grinnell students stopped by to set up tipis and spend a night in them.
Students figuring out how to set up the tipis.
Success! The tripod is up and secured.
All three tipis are up and ready for campers.
Tipi upgrades: wooden floors with covered fire pits.
Jerry setting the first saplings.
Afternoon sun rays.
Storm clouds the afternoon of June 21, 2007.
View of summer solstice late afternoon.
Western sky on June 21.
Summer solstice sunset.
Another beautiful Wingsprings sky.
Setting posts in concrete between south porch and bathhouse.
These posts will support the headers connecting the porch and bathhouse.
Installing the headers, beginning at the bathhouse.
We are getting close to the porch.
Still not all the way, but we are getting closer.
Dan the man.
Done! The bathhouse and porch are connected.
Dave and Emile--happy builders.
Some relatives visited during a family reunion in town.
Sun setting directly over Bear In The Lodge Butte on August 30.
Kent & Sandie enjoying their wedding reception at Wingsprings.
Finally getting the south side of the bathhouse roofed.
Nose shot of the house.
View to the southwest.
Happy sledder with homemade sled.
View to the north.
Winter solstice sunrise.
New Year's eve afternoon sky.
View from the southwest.
View from the northwest.
This summer we will build the connecting roof.
View from the east.
A pretty sunset.
Emile when we burned piles of dead wood by the springs.
The flames got pretty high.
Charred remains of a pile of dead wood.
The north property line of Wingsprings, clearly showing that the Butte is north of this west-east line.
Sudden warm temperatures with frozen ground cause melting snow to create a river through the springs.