Feb. inspection @ 10,000 ft. in the Rockies, unplowed rd., no water or electricity

Gotta love it.

  1. The shelf road (getting there)
  2. I made the client break trail and carry gear.
  3. The home, Nice handrail, eh?
  4. No, it wasn’t attached, but the art added a homey touch.

So . . . did it pass the inspection? How cold and how far did you have to hike in? Sure gotta know you love doing inspections . . . thanks for sharing. :slight_smile:

I personally love it.

Looking over the side of that road tends to make me feel like I’m going to vomit and then faint, however the view is well worth it. :slight_smile:

Thanks for sharing!

You know, if we, as inspectors, can’t remember that we don’t “pass or fail” a home but report the condition at the time, how can we expect others to get it? :wink:

…nice getaway!


They won’t until they read the fine print with a new NACHI Flashlight that we now have right.?? :wink:
I hope Kenton did not have to go once he got there, cause there is no toilet paper. :smiley:

Kenton, hope you brought the news paper. ha. ha.
Where is the snowmoble? Dogsled? Snow shows even.?? Well, there is plenty of bark.

Kenton, I think you are a slave driver. ha. ha.

Marcel :slight_smile: :wink:

No NACHI snowmobile.
NACHI logo would look good on an Arctic Cat

Ah, memories of inspecting in Estes Park, CO - and above!

Good job, Kent!

You were there to tell them which side of the mountain it would fall down, right?