I have multiple boxes of sheep wool insulation that completely slipped my mind. I dragged one out of storage, cracked it open, and BOOM, more insulation than I even needed to finish filling the floor. So that makes it four different types of insulation in there: Polyisocyanurate, a different kind of rigid foam board, Roxul, and wool. Kinda makes me smile, but it’ll work just fine. Dragged up and cut to size one of the 3/4″ plywood sheets, but then realized I’d forgotten to sand down some uneven spots. Sigh. Back on the scooter to the local big box store for sandpaper to fit my little powered sander. Now it’s too dark to work, so I thought I’d throw on a quick update. Raring to get out there first thing in the morning to finish up the sub-floor so I can finally start on the walls. That’s when it looks like an actual build is happening.
Met my first “travelers” today, by happy chance. We chatted for a while, and exchanged emails as they know of some great places to camp and stay for longer periods of time. It was pretty cool to talk to people who are already doing what I’m just planning…makes it more real…or something.
Tomorrow is also (hopefully) Beast repair day, as I’m going to take the batteries to my mechanic to see if he won’t start due to a problem with them, or if it’s maybe the alternator or cables or whatever magical mechanical thing is keeping him stuck. Those batteries are huge…it’s going to be super fun taking them on my scooter…but I’ll figure out a way. After all, she’s carried 10 foot long pipes, big boxes of random stuff, and even a window home once. I love that scooter. Ted (the mechanic) is also going to help me figure out how to reroute the fuel lines to the tanks, as the fillers reside on the bed now, which obviously won’t work. I think I love Ted, too. 🙂
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