Another year has come and gone and we have remained determined to give the best service we possibly can. We look back on 2018 with a bit of nostalgia, and we look forward to this new year with great anticipation for all things yet to come. We look forward to all the new friends we[…]
There is always room to improve. This spring/summer we have had so many projects going its mind boggling. We have remodeled our office (which looks amazing by the way), built over 20 new picnic tables, remodeled our supply room, re-painted our office, and we are currently painting our storage sheds. There is always more to[…]
It would seem that it first must get worse before it can get better. Wood shavings everywhere and tools strewn across the counters makes our office look more like a wood working shop than an office but somehow I know there’s still hope. After all if messes are being made, things are getting done, improvements[…]
We believe in the big picture around here though sometimes its hard to see through the dirt on our windshield. We started our office renovations the first of December and as we dash into the middle February it finally feels like it’s taking shape. We’ve added heated floors with an extra couple inches of concert.[…]
Some things seem to take forever and some you can see the progress right away. Tile is one of those things that as it goes up you can feel the excitement bubbling up inside of you. The progress is evident!
We woke up to our earth beautifully draped in snow on Tuesday morning!
If you’ve come to visit us here at the Tamarack Office you’ve probably noticed that our office is now under renovation. Yesterday we moved everything out and took out sheetrock and today we set in place the forms and began pouring concrete!
Though it may be December now we are still enjoying some beautiful weather as we winterizing the park.
As Christmas approaches we enjoy hot drinks, warm smiles, and a time to enjoy family and friends. We linger next to the fire with mittened hands, sipping our hot drinks and talk about times gone by and times yet to come. mp