Finally, A SHORT Update :)

To keep rain out, you layer materials from the bottom up.  So, first the lower section of exterior sheathing went up, then I took a short break (sitting way up high at about 11 feet in the air), then I put on some rain drip edging.  Then I stopped for the day.  Lots of other boring life stuff to do. 🙂  Next time I work on Oliver’s Nest, plywood will go up over where the two windows will be, and then, on the new “angled” portion.  Last up will be the finishing up on the skylight box and attaching the skylight.  That and my huge tarp will protect the structure during the upcoming rain.  Not weathered-in, but much closer!

Happy Weekend everyone!

Good spot to use leftover chunks of the rather expensive T1-11 sheathing.   Just had to be careful to cut and attach it accurately.

Good spot to use leftover chunks of the rather expensive T1-11 sheathing. Just had to be careful to cut and attach it accurately.

These used to be cute shoes before all the paint and glue and sawdust and....just happy to be off my feet for a while. :)

These used to be cute shoes before all the paint and glue and sawdust and….just happy to be off my feet for a while. 🙂

This drip edging was supposed to go on the original Oliver's Nest.  Nice I can still use it!

This drip edging was supposed to go on the original Oliver’s Nest. Happy I still have a use for it!

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