✿ ✿ ✿ ✿I walked this morning in the sunshine with a temperature of 58 degrees. Walked down past the Happy Trails road, turned around and walked back to town around the cemeteries and the ball park.
Saw a few people out today. Lisa running. Rebecca walking. Another man walking his two dogs.
The corn is getting quite tall now and the ears of corn are growing. I am 5' 5" and the corn is taller than I am. Most of the corn grown in my town are not for people but for the animals.
✿ ✿ ✿ ✿Back up to Happy Trails first thing after breakfast for more cabin work. Work was slow going today. Getting the two sheets of plywood on the top front posed a bit of a challenge but we finally got it up there. Before we did that though, we had to take down the scaffolding inside and move it out to the porch. In the picture Ken is on the scaffolding nailing up the plywood.
We also put a tarp over the roof rafters to protect it from the weather. We will need three days in a row of dry weather to put the roof on. Here I'm looking up at the tarp from inside. It is starting to feel like a cabin now. : )
Sat down to write a blog post earlier this evening and the Internet was down here for a few hours. Glad that it finally came back and here I am. : )
Hope your Friday was a happy day.
happyone : )
Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end.
It's not a day when you lounge around doing nothing;
it's when you've had everything to do,
and you've done it.
~ Margaret ThatcherComment replies:
Lindy - You answered your own question. : ) Yes, the roof rafters will be exposed on the inside.