I intended to keep working at Domino's until May 21st, but my truck started lurching while I was driving on the 13th and when I investigated and found that it could be the timing belt or the transmission, I parked the truck. Not messing around with that stuff, not for a few extra dollars. I told… Continue reading Tiny House Build Week 10- leaving Mount Vernon, eaves, tarpaper, skylight
What week is it? What day is it? I don't even know anymore. Everything is nuts. Week 9 Dad came over for a few hours in the morning before his flight to Mumbai. He was called over there for work and will be gone until mid-summer when I am in Alaska, so this was our… Continue reading Tiny House Build Week 9 – more roof, gable ends, house wrap
Last week was intense. I'm still recovering. Friday was Beltane, or May Day, my favorite holiday. It is a celebration of sexuality, vitality, energy, passion, and joy. It is the time of year when the sun starts to be out more than it is hidden behind a cloud, here in the Pacific Northwest... when the… Continue reading Tiny House Build Week 8 – The Roof!
Last week was so eventful and full of activities that it is Wednesday of the following week already and I've been too exhausted to write a blog post [edit: Saturday night of week 8 now!]. I leave for Alaska in 4 weeks, to work 80-120 hours a week in the office of a salmon cannery,… Continue reading Tiny House Build Week 7 – Loft joists, final wall framing, OSB sheathing