|Puddles from the Pacific|
Down below we got over an inch of water. Not record setting for these parts, but enough to make a good puddle on the tarp and water the drought stricken fields and forests. So far only a couple of inches this month, and this is a rain forest!
So the first order of the day was to mop and sop. Eventually I got it dry; not too much damage to the deck. The lattice and the door wood are treated, so they seem fine too.
|And now, in the center ring...|
|Ya, I know beam me up...|
The first couple of rafter are bolted into place at the top. The other end of the rafters hook over the cable strung across the top of the lattice.It becomes stronger very quickly.
|OK, the instruction manual says...|
OK! It works.
|The crew made quick work of this phase.|
|The arty shot|
|Looking good and level at the top.|
The weather forecast was for more rain, so the roof and wall fabric will happen tomorrow, hopefully.
It started to rain about 30 minutes after we cleaned up and covered up.
Timing is everything!
|Imagine a moonlit night...|
|The long and winding road...|
The hard working crew breaks for lunch, Gypsy's favorite part of the day.
Roof and wall fabric tomorrow.
Living in the round, soon.