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I picked up the magazine the other day and it's a nice, short article on some of the challenges, solutions and repairs faced by the homeowners and their contractor.
From the News section of the Willey House web site, it appears that there will be a sister article sometime this winter relating to the kitchen rehab.
Willey is a very special FLW home and I offer many thanks to the Sikoras for their time, care, concern and expenditure going into this heartfelt rehab.
edit = removal of misinformation
I think that if you revisit the website for the Willey House, you will find that the open house you mentioned in your last post actually took place on October 7, 2007, and will not happen in October 2008.
When I saw your post, I thought I recalled that an open house had already taken place, so I thought I would check it out.
Thanks for trying to make the forum members aware of an upcoming event, and by all means please continue to post events that you find as they come up, as that is a valuable benefit for all here on the forum. I just wanted to make sure that no one made plans for this event before finding out that it had already occured.
http://www.oldhousejournal.com/restorin ... azine/1537
D. Shawn Beckwith
Project Manager of the Burton J. Westcott House
The Durable Restoration Company