Home Edition: Planning for light and long-term accessibility


August 18, 2022

Photo courtesy of Brad and Sharon Hunter

The posts and beams of the carport came from trees on the lot and a few yellow cedar harvested up Twin Creek.

"We were back and forth and back and forth about the wisdom of building," says Sharon Hunter. "It takes a while...it's like childbirth. One must forget what goes into the endeavor."

Brad and Sharon Hunter built their first house back in 1990. A fine house where they raised their family. That house, up on Vesta Street, is now owned by their daughter Margaret and her husband Jesse Agner.

And when their children had graduated into adulthood and Brad and Sharon reached retirement age, their priorities in a home changed.

Through Sharon's many years working in the home health field and Brad's tr...

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