Construction Certificate was issued on Friday, so Rawson have 21 days from then to start.
We are nearly there. Authority to commence construction obtained from bank and construction plans signed and returned – now its all in Rawson’s court to get it happening.
They say up to 3 weeks (which is Sept 1) which isnt too far from the August start they have been saying. I will be happy if they start then.
In the last week or two I have come to the conclusion I really want to get another Gaming PC build going, as I really want to play Battlefield 4 with some friends. In addition to playing a few other games on Steam.
As I looked at pricing, I came to the conclusion that I will end up going with an AMD based system this time around for a change, since the price point works well for what I want. I am still throwing ideas around of end product and specs, but so far I have concluded that these will probably form the basis of the build itself.
AMD FX 6300 6-CORE BLACK EDITION CPU, 3.5 GHz, Turbo Core up to 4.10 GHz,Total L2 Cache 6MB, L3 Cache 8MB, Socket AM3+, 32nm, 95W ($157)
AMD FX 8320 8-CORE BLACK EDITION CPU, 3.5 GHz, Turbo Core up to 4.00 GHz,Total L2 Cache 8MB, L3 Cache 8MB, Socket AM3+, 32nm, 125W ($217)
Gigabyte GA-970A-D3P ($123)
Gigabyte Radeon R9 380, 4GB GDDR5, 1792 Steams, WINDFORCE 2x (GV-R938G1 GAMING-4GD) ($368)
I’ll continue to post updates as I determine any additional items.
Went to check out the land yesterday and noticed house over the back is getting ready to start, and it appears during the machinery being used to performed this it must of hit the wall causing some damage.
As you can see, it already has some battle scars.
I should get a photo, as I noticed another lot down the street had been driven across by trucks and in the process has destroyed the water hydrant pits in the ground. Something that will need to be fixed too. This hasn’t happened to us.
Today my wife and I had to say farewell to Buddy, who was the last of our two Labradors we’ve had long before getting married (and before having kids). Buddy was over 14 years old in human years. Those who have followed my blog for a while will remember that we said Farewell to Bindi back on May 11th 2013.
Buddy was starting to get very old and was showing signs of his age unfortunately. We woke in the middle of the night to find he had got himself stuck on his bed and couldn’t get up. He had also showed signs that he was having trouble trying to stand and/or walk. However this was not always, just that he had some bad days where it was near impossible. We have also been waking up daily to find that he had gone to the loo where he laid.
We decided some weeks back that perhaps it might be kind to let him go now rather then continue to suffer and get worse. Still doesn’t make such a decision easy, however I do hope that he passes to another life and possibly see’s Bindi again whom I know he missed dearly.
We are going to truly miss him and I hope he knows how much we loved him.
I thought it might be great to share a few photos of Buddy and Bindi over the years. Unfortunately we got Buddy a little before the age of digital cameras. Will dig through some of our old photos and find ones I can scan.
Meanwhile, these photos all bring back many memories of them both. It only seems a short time ago, but looking at the date on these it’s certainly been a long time ago.
I’ve been watching the Dell Outlet site for XPS and Latitude laptops. I was looking to get something that met the following requirements;
- Higher resolution screen (1920×1080 or higher).
- 8GB of memory.
- 256GB or greater SSD.
- Under 1K.
Eventually some 14″ Latitudes came up, however I wasn’t quick enough. Along came a Latitude E7240 4th Gen 12.5″ that met my requirements. So I jumped all over it and purchased. The unit is expected to arrive next week.
Below is a image showing the specs.
Acoustics have been finialised… $9,500 later. Ouch. Some is because we are choosing to have colourbond roof.
Now compliance plans are being done and then construction certificate issued. Ordering happens and we start.
End of August they say… we will see.
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