Tiny house framing
While we were working on the framing for the walls, we had a piece of plywood temporarily attached to each corner to help us keep things square. The plywood sheets provided valuable reference points as we measured and placed and clamped and screwed each of the three sections of the long walls into their proper positions.
The factory fresh right angles of the plywood were unquestionably useful, but the random and incomplete look of those isolated sheets annoyed me. So when we were finally ready to take the plywood off, I grabbed the opportunity to take a few pictures of the bare skeleton of my tiny home.
I love the clean bare look of the "bones" of the house at this stage of building!
And I suppose it's a good thing I do love it, since it won't be changing much over the next week. My builder friend will be busy with his family, and while I'm sure I will go over to the build site to complete a few small tasks--there's a rafter to unclamp and some plywood to seal, etc.-- mostly this week will be about taking care of the growing list of other "to do" items.
So have a great week, people. See you soon!