Slowly But Surely

We finally have the seismic retrofit plans but now we are faced with the county. The hurdle that the county has set in place is that, despite the special use permit for residential, this project is still considered to be commercial and we must get a general contractor to handle our subcontractors. This is frustrating because it adds another level of expense to do the coordination that we’re already doing ourselves.

While we are now looking for a GC, we’ve kept ourselves busy with the upstairs prep work.


This included another dump run with the last of the plaster.


I finally have a clean space to work.

Meanwhile, we had a side adventure on Halloween. Considering that the hotel had been broken into before, it seemed like a good idea to stake the place out for the year’s most mischievous night. So, My wife and I ordered a pizza, set up a table and played cards until the wee hours. Of course, no corporeal pranksters came by which was a bit anticlimactic but we did entertain ourselves by taking a few spooky night photos. Here we have a lot of orbs around our game table.


Are they spirits of the past or are they only dust particles captured by the camera flash? You decide.


Author: Glenn

I'm a 5' 8" tall ape descendant with an interior design degree and a love for antiques and vintage architecture. I recently escaped from the IT world to follow my dreams and a beautiful damsel who shares my love of old buildings no matter how much dust is involved.

5 thoughts on “Slowly But Surely”

  1. I have connections with the Northern Nevada Ghost Hunters. They are wanting to get into some of the buildings in Dayton. I know they would jump at the chance to investigate your orbs and see if there is anything to them. 🙂

    1. We’re open to visits. We’ve not experienced anything ourselves but there are stories and we already have a few ghost hunter friends eager to take a look.

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