Okay, well mostly.
Yesterday I got the outer walls up, two of them at least and the balcony onto the front. That's the good news.
More good news... I got the ceiling/second floor in and the supporting wall dividing between the kitchen and the front room.
I got my wiring all tested and checked. Which required some splicing thanks to a building inspector who chewed through some wires. I'm irritated with her right now. But they do work so that's good.
I also got the bedroom/bathroom wall in. And the railing for the stairs up. In order to be sure it would stay together I drilled holes in the railing and posts and with some white glue and toothpicks to reinforce the connections.
I worked on the back wall where I'll be hiding the wiring for the lights and slotted it into place just to check the fit. I haven't put the corner braces on the outside so I've got light shining through but it gives a good idea of the room size.
And just to test I put the ceiling center beam up and verified that it fits well enough.
I think this works well. The balcony roof is going to be a half and half type thing. I'm going to put it on hinges for the larger part of the roof and that way I'll be able to reach the battery packs for the porch lights. Then the part beyond my little divider will look like my original plan. Like this:
I think that's a good compromise between my original plan and the revised one I came up with a couple days ago.
Before I can put on my back wall I need to get my kitchen cabinets and shelves put together as well as my bathroom. So I'm going to work on that hopefully for the rest of the weekend. I've got an adorable little stove with working lights that I can hook up to a battery. And I want to do an under cabinet light as well. That'll keep the kitchen from getting too dark.
At least that's my hope.
That's all the good news and semi good news.
What is the bad news you might ask?
I have no clue about what to use for countertops in the kitchen. I still have to put the bathroom kit together. And I have no idea what to use for curtains in the bathroom, or if I should put any in at all.
I also need to add pictures or something to the wall by the stairs and my little shelf clock I worked so hard on.
Three and a half months to figure all this out.
Oi. I'm off to look at countertops.