Constructive Traveling (Weeks 64-71): It’s a Wrap!!!

It’s hard to believe that our ADU project will be completed next month! The latest photos below are captioned and describe the finishing process for the third and final phase of construction for the interiors.

With final inspection and a few finishing touches left to complete, we plan to move in by the end of January 2023! Thank you all for following our progress on this once-in-a-lifetime experience! We hope you have enjoyed the ride!

Together with J&J (Design/Build team) and Fong & Daughter (Planning and Design), we planned, designed, and physically built this entire 1000 sf addition to our existing house. Each member of the Fong & Chou Family are grateful for the opportunity, manageable weather, and our good health to finish the project.

Dear Felix deserves a special mention. He endured the trials and tribulations of mom’s intermittent absence from the homefront to the battlefront. Initially he could watch all the action from the dining room window, as many of you have witnessed in early posts. But as time progressed and the walls were enclosed, he lost his viewing stand and parental supervision. (that is, his supervision of his mommy and daddy!)

Nevertheless, he was a total professional and cooperated with us wherever he could. He observed the daily development and progress as his parents built a home for his family, his grandparents, and generations for years to come.

Spoiler Alert: Next month you may see a regular post of Travels with myself and Others in ….Paris!! Until then, Happy Holidays!

5 thoughts on “Constructive Traveling (Weeks 64-71): It’s a Wrap!!!”

  1. It looks beautiful!


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  2. This construction was fascinating to me as I walked by on my daily outings wondering what, when, how it would fall in place. My real wonderment was the transformation of little Julianne in the carpool going to SFDS to real live construction worker hammering and pushing lumber with Jeff. It was amazing to me and I learned different names of trucks, tractors, etc. from Felix. The finished space is beautiful!


    1. Thank you for being such a supportive neighbor and friend! We’ve been on a long journey since our carpool days but still are faithful to our humble little neighborhood. It’s definitely a better place because you and Eric are here! Thanks you for your kind and loving words!


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