Day Four brings us an electrician that spent day unwiring, rewiring and new wiring.  Lots of new holes with wires sticking out, including a huge monster cable that is destined to provide power to our ovens.

We were approaching our first uh-oh but swerved left to avoid hitting it.  We had a bit of a disconnect on the undercabinet lighting we were expecting.  Hopefully corrected. 

Dinner?  We actually did do a little cooking ahead of time to stock our freezer.  Tonight – a healthy salad and a bowl of chili.  Yum.

Yellow wire == low voltage

Big black wire == lots of voltage

Old, New, Barely anything Blue

Wired!

Our first weekend without a kitchen served as an opportunity for us to adjust.  We tripled our cooking options by adding to the toasting capability.  We can now microwave and “grill” with a griddle.  After an expedition into our garage to hunt and capture our new microwave was succesful, we also dug out our very unfrequently used griddle.   Wow!

Dinner – delicous bean soup warmed in the microwave and grilled cheese sandwiches.  Thanks to my sister-in-law for the soup, we were able to enjoy our first real meal.

    
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