Perhaps I told you my videos are really Only a way to work out my childhood dream of hosting That Old House? I saw this show every Saturday growing up, and I thought I wanted to become Steve Thomas someday (that the 80’s host of the series). I’m currently well over 200 videos on YouTube, but among my frustrations is that I’ve never followed a house start-to-finish on video. It is just too Difficult to do if you’re a non invasive YouTuber. Maybe someday…
Anyhow, I realized that I took a ton of video blogs at the 1930’s remodel I did using Architect Hugh Jefferson Randolph. This house was featured in the 2013 AIA Austin Homes Tour. This Craftsman house had a ton of fascinating tops to nourish my blog, so I thought I would compile all of the videos from that 1 house to a playlist. This is almost an hour of footage, so you might want to pop some popcorn and catch a coke! That is a gorgeous house, isn’t it? Now, you can see just how we got to this stage!
For more pictures of this house you can visit the Web Site of Architect Hugh Jefferson Randolph, AIA. http://www.austinarchitect.com/archives/360
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