I have been on hiatus the last few weeks, and will probably be again for the next few as well. Unfortunately. I am currently enrolled in a summer intensive masters program which has me in classes 8:30-8:30 4 days a week, with assignments to be completed on the weekends. I had considered setting up some flood lights, but the next step is to frame out the windows, and I figured I wanted to get that right and not just work on it piecemeal. Where it stands now is that the plywood is on the roof, and a tarp is keeping it all safe until I can get back into it.
|I'm so thankful for my dad's shop and his boy toys. My mom ran the forklift, so getting the heaving 1/2 inch ply up to the top was super easy.|
|Once the plywood was put in place (with spacers screwed along the top plate of the lower wall to ensure uniform overhang) we just propped it up to glue it.|
|With the tarp on you can actually experience the space. This was the first time that I could actually sense how what I was envisioning my feel like in reality. It was awesome. That, and the ethereal lighting is really calming.|