Holly has had a bit of time, and I got pictures of the work that’s been done since Dragonflys was moved from Yardley, PA, to Hamilton, NJ, and is being worked on when a very busy Holly and co. have a little time.
Holly is showing the scale of her little home.
Support structure for the loft is in – the kitchen will be to the right, and, interestingly enough, putting the loft in makes the interior seem bigger – possibly because the ceilings before were almost 13 ft., and that dwarfed Holly – now it feels like a human-sized space.
Windows are white on the inside, and will be dark on the outside. They are almost ready to put the shingles on. I don’t have pictures, but the Tyvek is now covered with a yellow layer like a very open sponge/mesh that will provide a place for moisture to condense and run down between the Tyvek and the shingles.
The far window is the kitchen one from the outside.
I don’t have pictures from today, but the loft floor is up, and looks very nice. She will leave the space between the 4 x 4s uncovered – and there is still a lot of space over her head.
Every time I see it, Dragonflys has moved a bit along its flight path.
And it looks and feels more like a home-to-be, and less like a garden shed (a TALL garden shed on wheels).
Can’t wait to see what goes up next. Go, Holly!