The house. Some parts of it are up to a thousand years old. Note the high pitched section in the roof- this is the upstairs bathroom.

The cieling of the bathroom was about fifteen feet high. It was impossible to warm, and the exposed rock walls made it forever dusty. I built this neat suspended ceiling, still allowing for natural light and for the window to open.

Another glorious sunrise. On a clear day, you can see the Mediterranean through a gap in the mountains.

Another finished ceiling.

The completed ceiling of the second kitchen, which doubled as my workshop.

This floor was nothing but rotten floorboards, and had a six inch slope when I started.

Another neat chipboard floor, ready to carpet.

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