Winter has come on rather quickly in our part of the world. Snow, ice and wind now rule the day (and night too). In addition, we've each had some non-tiny-house projects to take care of during the last couple weeks, so construction slowed down a bit. All that means I've lost my race with the weather, and tiny house living will have to wait for spring. Initially that was disappointing but I have to say, it's really taken some pressure off.
One of the really great things about the space that we're building inside (besides the fact that it's inside)
is that we've had the use of big equipment when we needed to do things like work on the roof. Recently we put a membrane up over the ceiling and we were able to use a lift to supplement the scaffolding. Positioned side by side, the scaffolding and lift allowed us to reach the entire long side of the house at once. It made the process a whole lot easier and safer than it would have otherwise been.
Oh, and remember all that siding I stained? We've been putting up more of that. Next to the red trim it looks really warm and kind of Christmasy. After we finish a section, both of us will often pause and stand back from it, just to enjoy the effect.
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