Turning the corner

This week, I framed out the opening for the french doors that will serve as the primary entrance, and started working my way back to the front with the right wall. I installed the large 4'x4' window, which will be in the living room, and an octagonal window I bought several years ago, which will be above the toilet to let in some natural light. 

Framing is one of my favorite parts of the job, as you get to see a lot of progress in a short period of time. It's been a little tedious, as doing this type of work on a trailer has more detail than a typical job on a permanent foundation. Working around the wheels, and securing the walls to the trailer chassis require additional labor, but it should be pretty smooth sailing finishing up the rest of the wall early next week. 

The large window is centered in the living room. The octagonal window will be in the bathroom. The kitchen will be in between....Hey, it's TINY living!

Looking in the living room from the porch.

Hudson visits from time to time to check on progress. He's decent company, but I've got to talk to him about his productivity. 

Hudson visits from time to time to check on progress. He's decent company, but I've got to talk to him about his productivity.