Saturday, October 08, 2011

Cabin Work Detail

Work on the cabin began before daylight today. Fog was still low and heavy in the hollow as we worked our way back the trail. After firing up Beulah and putting the coffee on, the morning sun began peaking through the trees on the back hillside.

With Robbie and Kuma d.o.g. we cut and stained trim boards; Robbie trimmed out the bathroom door and I hung ceiling boards. A #8 cast iron chicken fryer was just the right size for a pot of soup beans. After a lunch of cornbread and beans, we cleaned the cabin up for tourist. Sandy and Mike are hosting a cookout this evening at the farm and I expect a few visitors in the woods to check on progress.

Finally over half way up with ceiling boards. Getting out of reach on a ladder
so will be setting up scaffold to finish.

Robbie put the trim up between ceiling and wall while I hung boards.

Kuma d.o.g. says she would like some soup beans, too.

Classic cast iron corn bread.

Robbie installing a receptical up on the sleeping loft.
Robbie sampling the soup beans.

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