Sunday, November 28th, 2010:
Finished up the last bit of trim on the front and got the last of the cedar siding put up! It is extremely rewarding to step back and see the Tiny House completely sided. Looks sharp!
Made some progress inside as well: got the other gable wall covered with knotty pine and began laying out the plans for installing the Propane gas line.
Thanks go out to Bob and Hunter Coulson for their help and company today!
Saturday, November 27th, 2010:
Spent some time getting the Tiny House ready for the front cedar siding. Finished out the last of the cedar porch decking that had been waiting for the door installation, put up the cedar 1×4 trim around the door, installed backing for the siding to be nailed into, and rounded out the day by putting up knotty pine trim along the loft Ridge Beam.
Friday, November 26th, 2010:
Continued our work in the loft, and the knotty pine is going up much more quickly as we get the hang of it.
Jim Shively arrived mid-afternoon to install our front door. He made quick work of getting it in and shimmed just right. Made it look easy! It is starting to feel more and more like a tiny house. Having a front door is a HUGE improvement! A heartfelt THANK YOU to Jim for all of the time he’s put into researching, negotiating, ordering, advising, and installing this door for us. He singlehandedly solved one of the biggest challenges we ran into in this project. We are forever grateful!