The propane hot water on demand system arrived and I shoved it in to the "shed" area of the house. Also, I should have fastened the sub floor to the trailer as soon as the sub floor was first completed. However, I didn't have a clue what I was doing back then and was scared to do something so important incorrectly, but as time passed and I gained knowledge and experience I figured out a solution and am confident it will work!
I decided to do a drop ceiling in the bathroom, mainly so I can put the fan in and hide the big ugly duct.
And just in time too, the rains are a coming... I instantly got bored of wiring and returned to doing outdoor stuffs, so I built these doors for the shed, and now that those are done I really only have the soffits, which are purely cosmetic for this house design, but I'll take care of that at a later date...like next spring kinda later, after a date, a later date.
With the exterior pretty much complete, it's time to start working on the inside...This stuff will be pretty dry, photo wise and blog wise...I mean it's the guts of the house, and well...it isn't overly interesting...but obviously necessary...I also have no clue how to do any of it...So, to tell if the wire is "alive" I put my tongue against the blue wire??? Whaaaaaa....
The rains have been here for the better part of a week. Meaning I lost some days completely and other were half days. In that time though, I did chip away at the siding, and today I had a good run and finished up what is in the photos...I still have the other dormer to do, but if the weather holds for me tomorrow I should be able to complete the siding!
I'm building a tiny house on The Sunshine Coast in BC, so I have somewhere to live...I also have no idea what I am doing...