|Scot and Trevor working above with the liner.|
|A tricky moment getting the two parts |
of the roof insulation taped together.
Insulation in Hawaii keeps the heat out, via a reflective barrier. The roof and walls are white and light gray, also to reflect the heat of the sun. The roof dome has a bronze tint as well.
|After the roof is in place the rest of the lattice|
is screwed to the deck with "L" brackets.
|Trevor on the scaffolding crocheting |
the wall and roof together.
Because the yurt is on a slope, much of the wall installation required ladders and scaffolding.
Watch your step. (No humans were harmed in the building of this yurt).
|Sarah's homemade peanut butter cookies! Yummy.|
We toasted with cool cans of ice tea.
OK, back to work!
|Not the Pantheon, but the yurt too has an oculus, |
a big eye towards the heavens. I am looking forward
to sleeping under the moon and stars.
|A beautiful end to a great day.|
Red sky at night yurters delight!