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The story so far:
Finally, in July 2007, they got permission to rebuild - right in the middle of the summer holidays and not long before the first snows of autumn. Could anything happen before 2008?
We tiptoe away to look at the rest of the house. Internal walls have gone, ceilings have gone, but it is hard to discern the logic behind their schedule. Our major concern is the ground floor of the main house, which only allows just over 2 metres ceiling height, rather than 2.3 metres that is now standard. We wanted the builders to excavate the ground immediately, as we reckon the best approach is to deal with the biggest problems first. The builders take the opposite view - get lots of straightforward jobs done to show progress. After a bit of negotiation, they agree to try excavating the ground floor next.
The other major problem is car parking. We have never really found a satisfactory place to park six cars on land that slopes at 30 degrees. Eventually, we decide that the only sensible approach is to dig into the earth bank above the house and build six garages. The only problem is that it obliterates the path a neighbour uses to access one small field, so a radical solution is found. We will rebuild the path on the roof of the garages, creating the "Autostrada di Gignod": a concrete flyover in the middle of a field. The neighbour chuckles at the idea of the crazy English - and we can't say we blame him.
We spend the afternoon in an Italian tile shop: this dream is starting to feel very real...