Having the tiny house in our driveway means there've been a lot of visitors. Everyone in the neighbourhood wants a tour. Normally I'd love this, but right now we're on a serious deadline, and I'm feeling resentful of the time it eats up. This is hardly the way to convince people this is a great thing to do. I'll try to smell the roses when we get it moved to its next home.
Well, torrential rains – the most rainfall in a short period our area has ever had prevented us from driving down to Sarnia. The plus side is it gave us two more days to get work done. Now we've got an exterior door actually hanging in place and the cupboard doors are on too. Bob built all of these. The exterior door was built from exterior plywood with 2 inch foam sandwiched in between. A window opening has been cut and we'll need to install a window later on. For now, it's got plastic stapled in place.
The windows have been stellar.