Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Lots of Stuff Stuffed into One Weekend.

I started writing this blog months after we started building our tiny house.  Hence, I can't remember the details and order of each job.  So I'm using the chronology of my pictures to piece together a rather busy weekend--a good weekened--when we got a lot accomplished.

First we hauled the windows out to be taped and painted.  Though I'll admit the taping was a waste of time, having since learned that paint scrapes off rather easy.  My nieces did most of the work and I didn't even have to twist their arms!


Steve and Paul worked on sheathing the roof.


While I attempted to re-flash beneath the porch...


...I may have gotten a bit carried away.


At some point Brenda (Steve's mom) and I began to put up small strips of treated wood.  They're meant to keep water from becoming trapped beneath the siding.


About this time I'm guessing that Steve and Paul finished putting on the plywood roof because I have this picture as proof.


Which only left adding on the cedar porch boards.



And I think that concludes our hectic weekend.

3 comments:

Jenny said...

In case you know of someone else who might be wanting to build a Fencl:

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/reo/2414691199.html

Erin said...

Hi Halley,

My husband and I are building a fencle. Where did you get that couch that fit so perfectly in your bump out?

Halley Evans said...

Hey Erin,
It's actually two armless chairs from: http://homereserve.com/
Halley