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The large plant with the bright pink edges is Bronze leaves not copper.The swivel attachment is two parts with a inner piece that lets it rotate.
There is an ornate diagonal molding in each corner where the ceiling planks meet. The molding covers the seam. There are also ornate moldings around the ceiling edges and the edges of the floors.
The folding tables have dark brown metal legs and frames. They are 2 feet wide x 8 feet long.
The back porch recessed area is 4 feet deep and 11 feet wide from right to left walls. There is a 4 inch high dark brown wood platform. There are 10 inch high dark brown rubber bumpers along the side and back walls so the chairs do not get scratched.
The height of the Pool Hall is 9 feet high. There are 7 feet wide side aisles between the side walls and the Pool tables. There is 8 feet from the kitchen stairwell to the first 2 Pool tables. There is 8 feet between the first set and second set of the tables. And there is 8 feet between the Pool tables and the end walls. There are a few brown brick columns. The columns are 1 1/2 feet square. At the kitchen stairwell end the columns are 3 1/2 feet back from the Pool tables. In the center the column is centered with the middle aisle which is 9 feet wide and centered with the pool tables. At the far end the column is centered 3 1/2 feet back from the pool tables.The columns line up in the center aisle. On the left wall lined up with the center column is the emergency exit tunnel. The tunnel is the same design as the emergency exit tunnels in the Meeting House basement. In this basement there are a brown brick column each side of the exit door. The side columns are 1 1/2 feet wide and 1 feet out from the wall. There are 2 columns on the oposite wall of the Pool Hall. They are positioned the same but there is no emergency exit door or tunnel.
The exit doors have EXIT signs centered above the doors.
On the wall at the far end there are 3 Marquee display cases each side of the double doors. The cases are spaced on the wall evdistance apart. They are 2 1/2 feet wide and 3 1/2 feet high. They are black. Inside the cases are narrow red tube light around the inside edges. The children can have posters and pictures in the display cases. The right ones open from the left and the left ones open from the right.
On the floor below the display cases are 2 ornate trunks each side of the double doors. The first trunks are the same and the second trunks are the same. They are centered with the display cases. In the end trunks there are used toys in case we know children who do not have toys. In the trunk to the left of the double doors there are 2 volleyball nets and 2 volleyballs. In the trunk to the right of the double doors there are 3 soccer balls.
The short wave radio desk is ornate brown stained wood. The legs are 4 inch x 4 inch square spindels. The hutch top is ornate with moldings around the top.
There are a brown stained Mosque bench centered with the pool tables. The benches are against the right side wall
The 9 feet x 12 feet carpets are dark Maroon/off white/medium brown. The rectangle Pool lights hang from the ceiling fixture by antique brass chains. The fixture is also antique brass. The shades are dark gold stained glass. There are 3 large red roses on the front and back sides of the shades and 1 large red rose each end. The roses have green leaves. The light bulbs are up inside the shades.
The roof of the Exercise Houses are the same design as the roof of the Meeting House. The only differenc is the porch of the Meeting House is 10 feet wide and the porches of the exercise houses are 8 feet wide.
I decided we should not sell candy are the office. Just the newspapers and the cigarettes. I did use to smoke but quit when I was 30 years old.
There are antique brass recessed light fixtures in the Pool Hall. There are 3 light fixtures each side aisle centered with the 7 feet wide aisle. One centered with the brown brick columns and one each centered with the Pool tables. There also is an antique brass recessed light fixture centered outside the double doors. The switch is located on the wall to the lof the porch stairwel entrance door. There are 2 switches. One for the recessed lights and one for the pool table lights in that order. The switches are off white with antique brass metal plate covers. There is another recessed light fixture at the top of the stairwells. The switch at the top of the stairs controls the recessed lights. Both stairwells have light fixture at the top of the stairs centered on the ceiling. The porch stairwell light fixture has it's own switch on the right wall at the top of the stairs.
Next time more about tne Pool Halls.
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The Mosque Benches are brown stained wood benches. They are 5 feet long and centered with the left side pool tables. There is another brown stained wood Mosque Bench against the front wall centered between the water heater closet and the bottom of the kitchen stairwell. This bench is 6 feet long. The older children can grafetti this wall between the water heater closet and the bottom of the stairwell.
The outer walls of the water heater closets are grey stone brick. The doors open out. Inside the front right wall is the electric circuit breaker box. The box is grey metal with a door. The box is about 1 feet wide and 2 feet long. The electric wire goes up to the ceiling and out under the back porch. The electric meter is outside on the back wall.
There is a rechargeable flashlight in the closets under the kitchen stairwell. There is an electrical outlet 14 inches up from the floor on the right wall centered. Higher up attached to the wall is the base for the flashlight. The flashlight attaches to the base. The light of the flashlight is 4 inches x 4 inches size. They are the same as the rechargeable flashlights in the lower level supper stairwell. I think they would need a flashlight in the basements.
The basement walls are grey foundation blocks.
I changed the color of the Pool table lights. I like the stained glass shade to be light lime green with the large red roses and dark green leaves. The shades are rectangle with a rectangle top. The sides slope outward slightly toward the lower edges.
There are a TV Unit centered with the left side Pool tables. 2TV Units each Pool Hall. The TV Units are the same design as the TV Units at the end of the bedroom wings sitting area. The electric wire comes down from the ceiling to the center back of the TV Units. The wire is in a grey metal tube. There is an electric box attached to the wall centered with the middle TV section. The plugs are off white with antique brass metal plate cover. The electric box is also grey metal.
The TV is in the center sections. There are 2 cubes each side and the top sections. Underneath there is one shelf. The children have favorite photos on the TV Unit for display. The photos are framed.
There is a 4 feet x 6 feet bulliten board display case above the right side first Mosque Bench. The display case has natural wood frame and bacInside there are 12 inch x12 inch cork tiles for the bulliten board. Inside the case there is a large map of the world. The children use push pins to mark places where people they talk to on the short wave radio are located. The display case has 3 clear glass sliding doors. They are 1 3/4 feet wide.
I like to think we are at the Palace. I like to think my new granddaughter has her portable crib in the room with my daughter and her husband. We would have to bring baby items down from the attic room upstairs in the back extension.
If the Iraqi boy teen would share a room with the Afghani boy teen then we could also have a boy teen from Lybia and Tunesia in the Iraqi boys room. I like for Mohamed's grandson and the Moroccan boy to be in the 1st left room, the Puerto Rican boy in the center left room and the Palestian boy and the Egyptian boy in the 3 rd left room. On the right side, the Iraqi and Afghani would be in the 1st room, the African teen in the Middle room and the Libyan and Tunesia boys in the 3rd right room.
We could put the bird and flower figures in the shoe room. They could be on top of the front cabinets in the shoe room. This way we could have some Tunesian and Lybian art on the TV Unit in the lower level sitting room where thefigures now are. This way all the children would have something from their country.
This would be more children than I thought but I think it would work out alright.
Tomorrow we will design the three end rooms in the Meeting House basement and the end rooms of the Pool Hall.
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The short wave radio desk drawer is kept locked. Inside there is a clear platic container of the colored push pins. There also is a 4 inch x 10 inch Moroccan red/brown wood box for the pencils and pens. There are 3 pads. The TV remotes are also kept in the desk drawer.
I think we need a security person in each of the Pool Halls. A woman in the girl's pool hall and a young guy in the boy's pool hall/ They can control the short wave radio and the remotes. They can play pool with the guests if they want or read. The security persons should be there.
There is a dark brown rubber trash can in between the left side center columns. The trash cans are semi circle.
I decided to finish the Meeting House basement some. The floor is the same as the Pool hall floors but instead the floor is dark brown vinyl floor tiles. The tiles have Morrocan red/brown streaks. There are dark brown rubber strip moldings around the edge of the basement.
The ceiling is the same as the pool halls. It is Moroccan red/brown suspended ceiling tiles.
There are grey brick stone columns in the center section of the basement positioned the same as the pool halls. Ten feet from the side corners there is a column 1 1/2 feet wide and 1 feet out from the side walls. The far ends are the emergency exit tunnel doors. They are between the first and second columns. The doors are 3 feet wide and between the columns are 3 1/2 feet. Basement doors have dark brown metal frames and moldings. Ten feet over from the front end corners are grey stone brick column, 3 1/2 feet wall space and the second grey stone brick column. This makes the room balanced.
In between the left side columns centered is a 7 feet brown stained wood Mosque Bench. At the front end between the water heater closet and the bottom of the kitchen stairwell is a 6 feet long Mosque Bench. The Mosque Benches are brown stained wood. This wall between the water heater closet and the bottom of the kitchen stairwell can also be grafetti by the children.
There is an outlet 14 inches up from the floor centered outside the water heater closet like the one in the pool halls. The closet under the kitchen stairwell has the same style flashlight and outlet as the pool hall closet. Centered on the right wall there is a electrical outlet the same as the outlets behind the Pool Hall TV Units. It is a box outlet and the wire comfrom the ceiling in a grey metal tube.
The Meeting House basement lights are antique brass recessed lights like the pool hall recessed lights. The lights are in the same positions as the pool hall lights. There is a switch at the top of the kitchen stairwell to the left of the door opening. There is a double switch to the right of the double doors at the end of the basement. The first switch controls the light fixture in the center room the other side of the double doors. The second switch also controls the recessed light fixtures. The switches and plugs are off white with antique brass metal plate covers.
There are 3 rooms the other side of the double doors of the Meeting House and the pool hall basement. The center room the other side of the doors is 12 feet from front to back and 11 feet from left to right. The rooms are all plastered. They all have brown stained wood plank ceilings with ornate moldings around the edge. The Meeting House rooms all have Moroccan red/brown 12 inch x 12 inch ceramic floor tiles. There is dark brown rubber strip moldings around the edges of the floors. The Pool Hall has medium brown ceramic floor tiles. The center room and the room to the right have 12 inch x 12 inch size tiles. The room to the left is a bathroom. That has 2 inch x 2inch size ceramic floor tiles. The tiles all have dark brown grout.
All therooms have shiny brass light fixture centered of the ceilings. The lights have white opaque glass covers. The center rooms have off white vinyl wallpaper. In the Meeting House the right and left rooms have medium brown vinyl wallpaper. The right room in the pool hall basements have medium brown vinyl wallpaper.
In both the center rooms there is a 5 feet wide by 7 feet high brown stained wood cabinet on the far wall. The closets have 4 shelves and 2 lower drawers. There is nothing in the cabinet in the Meeting House basement. In the pool hall center rooms there are baby clothing ans young children clothing we collect in case someone needs them. There are cloth bags in the bottom drawers in the pool hall center room. The cloth bags say Fortress Hotel.
There is a baby carriage to the right and left of the cabinet. The ones in the girl's pool hall are dark maroon and the carriages in the boy;s pool hall canter room are dark blue. The carriages are for if a guest has a young child and needs to use one.
In the center room of the Meeting House if any of the children like to play golf they can keep their golf clubs in the center room to the left and right wall of the cabinet. I did see golf tournament being played in Morocco a few weeks ago and of course I was interested.
Next time more about the end rooms of the Meeting House and the Pool Halls.
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In the Meeting House basements and the Pool Halls, the columns are ornate bricks like the columns in the Mosque Room. Also the Mosque Bench on the right side between the columns are 5 feet long, not 7 feet long.
All the end rooms have shiny brass light fixture centered in the ceilings. The light fixtures have white glass opaque covers. In the Meeting House center room thereis a Moroccan red/brown trunk against the right and left side walls. The trunks have brown stain trim.
When you enter the center rooms there is a an entrance door to the right and the left to the side rooms. The doors open into the side rooms. The doors are brown stain wood doors. They are ornate. They are the same design as thecloset and emergency exit tunnel doors. The doors have dark brown metal frames and moldings. The doors all have antique brass plates, doorknobs and hindges. When you enter the side rooms of the Meeting House and the Pool Hall basement side rooms the light switches are on the wall to the side of the door openings. The switches are off white with shiny brass metal plate covers. In the Meeting House side rooms and the right side room in the Pool Hall basements there is an electrical outlet on each wall between the door opening and the right corner. The outlets have off white plugs and shiny brass metal plate covers. The outlets are 14 inches up from the floor.
In the Meeting House the side rooms are the luggage cabinets. The cabinets are Moroccan red/brown wood. They have ornate doors trimmed with gold paint. The cabinets are three sections. Each section has 1 3/4 inch wide double doors. The cabinets have shiny gold knobs and hindges. Inside the cabinets there are 2 sections of slots for the suitcases. Each slot is 2 feet wide, 2 1/2 feet deep and 15 inches high. There are 5 slots inside behind each door. The suitcases slid in sideways. Both luggage rooms are the same but opposite. This means there are 6 sections of slots all together with 5 slots each column.
The golf clubs I decided should be kept in the luggae rooms along the front walls. The luggage rooms are 10 feet from front to back and 12 from left to right.
The right side room in the Pool Halls have clothes in them that the children out grow or do not need any more.
Along the far left wall when you enter there are two 4 feet wide grey metal clothes racks. The clothes racks are double high. The first clothes rach has girl's skirts and pants on the bootm of the rack and sweaters and blouses on the top rack. The second rack has children's clothes. Girl's exercise house has girl's clothes and the boy's exercise house has boy's clothes. 3 feet in from the far left corner there is a 4 feet x 4 feet size closet. The closet does not have a door. The closet is under the porch stairwells. There are 2 portable cribs in the closet. The portable cribs are folded. There are 2 shelfs in the upper part. The lower shelf has baby blankets for the carriages and the portable cribs. The upper shelf has flannel blankets and crib and carriage sheets. The portable cribs are if a guest has young child.
There is a wall mirror on the right wall behind the door. This is if someone comes to look at clothes and wants to try something on.
door there is another grey metal clothes rack. The rack is 6 feet long. This rack has dresses on the rack.
There are shelves on the bottom of the racks and shoes are on the shelfs. Sneakers are washed in the washing machine for cleaning towels. The sneakers are washed with soap and bleach and set out to dry. Then they are brought to the clothes room.
The Imam can recoment people to come to look for clothes.
To Play pool you need the Pool table, your que stick. 15 numbered pool balls. The triangle wood rack, the white cue bal which does not have a number and blue chalk. You put the 15 balls in the triangle rack facing the opposite side of the table. Remove the rack. On the other sie of the table you place the white cue ball behind the dot. Yoy take your que stick and place you left hand on the table and hit the white cue ball at the triangle balls. This breaks up the balls and you hope you get1 or mor balls in one of the pockets. There is one pocket in eack corner and 1 pockett centered each long side.
You can play alone or with another person. If you play with another person one plays the lower 7 numers and the other person plays the upp7 numbers. The black eight ball gets hit in last . If you hit the eight ball insooner you lose. If you have the white cue ball go into the pocket you scratch and lose.
You can play staight pool where you can hit the balls in any order or you can play your pool balls in order. Your turn is as long as you are making your pool balls go into a pocket. When you miss the other person gets ahis turn. This is a general description of playing pools. There is another game called English which I do not know how to play. There can be a wire with beads in the center and everytime you make a ball you move a bead to your side.
The balls go into the pocket and along a track which you cannot see. The balls go to one end and go into the track outside the table. This is how you get the balls back. To prctice you can play by yourself. There can be trick shots.
Another game that doen not really cost anything is HuckleBuckleBeanstalk. The children leave the room and someone hides an object. A key or a thimble, or a marble or a stone. The objest can be hide in a box or under something. The children come back into the room and start to look for the object. they go away from the object you tell them they are getting cold. or very cold. If the turn and go the pther way you tell them they are getting warmer. When they get really close they are told they are hot or very hot. Whoever finds the object says HuckleBuckleBeanstalk. The winner is the next one to hide the object.
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The Pool Hall Bathroom/Solar Panels

The entrance doors to the bathroom and side rooms are 3 feet wide. When you enter the bathroom there is a 2 feet wide cabinet across from the entrance door. The cabinets are built in. There is a lower cabinet and the upper cabinet. The cabinets are brown stained wood. They are 1 1/2 feet deep. Each cabinet has one shelf. In the bottom of the lower cabinet there is toilet bowl cleaner bottles on the right and pine cleaner bottles on the left. In the next section above there is liquid hand soap refill bottles on the left and soft scrub cleaner bottles for cleaning the sink.
In the upper cabinet there are toilet paper in the lower section and paper towles and clear plastic trash bags in the upper section. The cabinets are one above the other. They have shiny brass hindges.
To the right of the cabinets is the sink counter which is medium brown counter. The counter is 4 feet long and 2 feet wide. The white porcelin sink is on the right side of the counter. The counter has left side and backsplash. There is a rectangle mirror on the wall above the sink. The mirror rests on the backsplash. The mirror has shiny brass frame. To the left of the mirror there is a shiny brass soap dispensor. On the wall to the left centered is a shiny brass paper towel dispensor.
The sink and counter does not have a cabinet underneath. The counter has an apron front and side matching the counter top. It is the same design as the counters in the Mosque bathrooms. There is a shiny brass leg on the right front side of the counter for support.
The faucet is shiny brass high faucet with lever hot/cold handels. Under the sink the drain pipes, shutoffs and supply lines are shiny brass.
The lower walls of the bathroom are light brown flat ceramic tiles. The tiles are 6 inch x 8 inch size. They are 4 feet high with 2 inch sulptured border around the top. The upper bathroom walls are papered with medium brown vinyl wallpaper.
1 1/2 feet to the right of the counter is the latrine stall. The latrine stalls are ornate like the Mosque bathroom stalls. There is 6 1/2 feet wide brown stained wood partition. To the right there is the 3 feet wide door that opens out and another 6 inch wide partion on the other side of the door. The partiion and doors are brown stain wood.
In the stall the latrine is centered with the partition on the back left wall. The latrine is white porcelin and the same style as most of the latrines. The fixtures are shiny brass. In the boy's exercise house there is also a urinal in the stall. The urinal is agaisnt the back wall and centered with the entrance door. This is the only difference with the exercise houses.
The light switch is on the wall to the side of the entrance doors. The switch is off white with shiny brass metal plate cover.
There is a white toilet bowl brush and holder in the back left corner. There is a shiny brass toilet paper holder on the wall to the right of the latrine.
The toilet paper holders in the Meeting House bathrooms and the exercise house bathrooms are also shiny brass and on the wall to the side of the latrines. Maybe toward the front of the latrines.
There is a brown rubber watsebasket between the sink counter and the latrine partition.
The luggage cabinets are built in and they are 4 feet wide each. In the clothes side room there is a brown stained wood Mosque Bench agaist the front wall to the side of the entrance door. The Mosque Bench is 4 feet wide.
The floors of the Meeting House basement are the same design as the Pool Hall floors. They are just a different color. The floor tiles are laid alternately.
There are 2 doors each side of the Meeting House and Exercise House porches. The doors are 2 doors each side. They are smaller doors and are dark brown wood stained doors. They are 10 feet in from each end and they are there in cit is necessary to go under the porches.
I decided that the solar panels should be on the wing roofs are I originally said. Not on the other side of the side walls. There would be more solar panels on the roofs of the Fortress either side of the Chinese roofs.
Also on the Meeting House roof and the Exercise House roofs.
The Palace has 2 medium size buses for if we have to take the children somewhere. Also they would be used to take guests on day trips. The buses are dark brown with glittery silver writing on the sides of the buses. Probably say Fortress Hotel and Cafe.
There are no paintings in the Mosque Room. I decided not to have the fireplace in the Mosque room. The front wall is flat white. The gold Crescent and star are in a 2 inch large recessed circle on the front wall up a little higher.
The streetlights are bronze metal streetlights.
Tomorro, the volleyball court and the cemetary.
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I decided that we can not have the Pakistani girl teen in the Palace. Too much conflict and hate and I do not want to be in the middle of anything like that. Instead we will have an Algerian or Muslim Indian girl instead.
Mohamed's brother can have the center room in the front right wing and come to stay at the Palace when he wants.
I added one room at the ends of the side wings. They are same size as the center rooms. The first room is exactly the same as the center rooms and the far end room has 2 twin beds like the end rooms. Also I added bathrooms in between the 16 feet long side rooms. There is a corridor and the bathrooms are 5 feet wide x 6 feet from front to back. The right bathrooms have the entrance doors to the right front and the left bathrooms have the entrance doors to the left front. The doors open into the batyhrooms.
It is best if the pool tables have slate tops. Italian slate is best. Wood tops can warp and do not hold up.
There is an intercom in the side pool houses connected with the intercom in the right kitchen corridor on the wall.
There is a wireless rechargeable phone in the Meeting House. The phone has different number than the Palace phones. The phone and base are white. It is kept on the TV Unit in the lower left side cubicle.
The buses are parked along the right side of the restaurant by the curb.
There are 4 wind towers for electric back up and for the restaurant. The towers are by the side walls and they are 20 feet each side of the grape vine fence. They must be put up to catch the wind.
The volleybal court is 30 feet wide each end and 60 feet long. The net goes across the center of the 60 feet length. The court is sunken. There is a gravel base with a deep layer of sand on the top. There are bushes around the front and sides. Along the back there are 2 sets of bleachers. One each side of the court. The volleyball court can be ornate. There are trees, flowering bushes and flowers along the ends and back section of the park. There are 2 park benches toward the back ends. We are not having the children's playground. They will have enough to do. The park is between the Exercise House s and the back road.
The right park does not have vollleyball court in the park. The right side is where the cemetary is located. This park is elaborate with trees and plantsand also 2 park benches.
I have decided not to describe the large side houses at this time. They are really smaller Palaces. The one on the left is for the boys when they are older and the one on thr right is for the girls when they are older. There will be a chaperone in the girls house. They will not go there till they are adults. The houses have basement and 1st floor or Main Level, 2nd floor and 3rd floor. The 3rd floor has 9 bedrooms and the Main floor has 3 bedrooms on the left side and 3 bedrooms on the right side. The basement has finished rooms.
The boys can live there when they are 20 or 21 and Mohamed can decide about the girls..
I decided I should read the story or Ahmed and Ishtar again to see if I get any more ideas for the story, so I will be doing that. I will come back at a later time to describe the smaller Palaces. When I do I will start a new thread.
I appreciate everyone who followed the story and the Palace, Moroccan and the children. I hope you did get some ideas that would be helpful. I think you all are really great and I will not forget. I will be around.
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The Wing Bathrooms

I started reading the story of "Ahmed and Ishtar" again but I decided I should explain a few more things in detail before I go back to reading the story.
The floors of the new bathrooms are white marble tiles like the back corridor of the wings. The lower walls are light grey ceramic tiles 4 feet high. There is a 2 inch scupltured border around the top of the tiles. The tiles are 6 inches x 8 inches size. The tiles are dull ceramic tiles. The upper walls are shiny silver vinyl wallpaper. The ceilings of the bathrooms are Moroccan red/brown planks from left to right with ornate moldings around the ceilings.
The ceiling light fixtures are antique brass round mosaic fixtures. The mosaics are maroonish red/gold/dark purple.
The latrines, sinks, faucets and mirror are the same as the ones in the Meeting House and the Exercise Houses. The sinks are across from the entrance to the bathrooms and the latrines are centered to the other side of the back walls of the bathrooms. There are light grey ceramic toilet paper holders on the walls toward the front of the latrines. There are light grey ceramic towel holders on the front wall opposite the latrines. There are Moroccan red/brown wicker basket with handle in the corner in front of the latrine. There are 3 rolls of toilet paper in the baskets.
The entrance corridors are 9 feet long. The walls are the same as the walk around corridor walls. Thereis a half bowl mosaic light fixture centered on the walls to the side of the entrance doors. The mosaics are maroonish red/gold/dark purple.The light switch for both the corridor light and the bathroom ceiling light is on the beginning of the corridor wall. The 1st corridor the switch is on the left wall and the second corridor the switch is on the right wall. The switches are off white with antique brass metal plate covers. On the same walls there is an electrical outlet centered. The electrial outlets are 14 inches up from the floor. The outlet plugs are off white with antique brass metal plate covers.
The corridor ceiling peaks with the roofs. There is a 5 feet x 6 feet skylight on the ceiling. The skylight has clear glass panels that are 2 1/2 feet x 2 feet long. The skylight frames are dark brown metal frames, Around the skylight are Moroccan red/brown planks and ornate moldings. The ceiling peaks at 7 feet and the second section slopes down again over the bathroom. The first section with the skylight slopes up.The skylight is centered in the first 7 feet slope.
The wood bathroom entrance doors, frames and moldings are the same color stain and design as the bedroom entrance doors. It is just that the bathroom doors are single doors.
There is a column 6 inches out from the wall and 1 feet wide. The columns are either side of the bathroom corridors in the outer walk around corridor. The columns are brown bricks like the Mosque bricks. Outside the bathrooms there is a column either side of the 6 feet wide bathrooms. The outside columns are 1 feet out from the wall and 1 1/2 feet wide. The ouside of the wings are brown brick like the Main Palace. The bricks are lighter brown, medium brown and darker brown bricks. They are varigated when placed.
We do not need the second bedroom on the other side of the Palace. That will be a guest room. There may be 3 or 4 guest rooms on that side.
I decided that the girl's Exercise House and Pool House should be on the right side of the Fortress and the boy's Exercise House and Pool House should be on the left side of the Fortress.
In the long tunnels I changed the center stain glass windows. The stain glass will not be a large tree, instead they be stain glass flower and leave panels. They will be named on the brass plaques at the bottom of the windows.
Pool chalk is a 1 inch cube with paper around it on all sides but one side. The side without the paper exposes the chalk. The chalks are medium blue. There is a recessed round hole in the exposed chalk. Everytime you make a shot you take the chalk and put it over the narrower end of the pool stick and twist it back and forth. The chalk helps to keep the pool stick from slipping on the white cue ball when you hit it.

I have one more page to explain tomorrow and then i can go back to reading the story. See you tomorrow.
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