Assorted Construction




A lot of work in Britannia Manor was moving the massive piles of lumber from place to place, as sets needed to be built wherever the wood pile was.



Moving paint from place to place. Fairly early on, the garage in the background has not been obscured by the BFR.



I have absolutely no idea what is going on here. It may have to do with the fact that any vehicle on Richard Garriott's property will break down.



Tucker and Luna are dogs. Uncharitable souls added a name or two to this list.



A night view of the yard. Construction was not limited to daylight hours; we just broke out a batch of lights and kept going.



One of the greatest obstacles to the progress of Britannia Manor was the rain. October can be a pretty wet month in Austin.



Upper echelons at work, planning, plotting, etc.



Direct questions and comments to Jim Gould (jgould@io.com)