We have had two busy weeks here on Owl Creek, but I will start with a post about how this little gem is taking shape. Last time I posted the house was dried in and ready for siding.
Since then the guys have put on a galvanized tin roof, installed wood windows, and sided it with pine tongue and groove.
With the exterior taking shape the guys tackled the hardest part...insulation. It's probably not the hardest part, just the least fun.
They worked long hours and within two weeks were also able to get the interior dry walled, painted and a white washed tongue and groove ceiling installed. The white wash will keep the pine from turning a "pumpkin" color and keep the interior light/bright.
The final details of the interior will be a little more slow going, but it won't be long until move in day!