For the most creative napper.
Construction is hard work.
Oooooo, he looks so cute in his red hat and vest.
Today we get up the West half of the prow. Go guys go.
This one slid a little and was hard to match up with the other side but they did it.
Let me hit something, let me hit something...............
Here is the last section of the day. It's got to go up because the beams and roof trusses are coming in the morning.
Dave and Russ we finally got the last wall section up at 9:30 pm. The bed is calling. I sure hope the truck doesn't come to early in the morning.
We were hoping the truck would come later in the day but he showed up at 6:15am!! We all jumped out of bed and started our 12 hour day. This beam would not go in at first but Dave used a long 2 X 4 and spread it apart and it fell right in.
Russell is just a natural on the ladder...........he seems to have no fear.
Trying to dry off after playing in the mud.
Trying to get the end truss up with out breaking it or pushing it over.
That was no easy feat. The directions said that a crew of two could put them all up in a day. I think this one took about 6 hours.
Stuart trying to catch a quick nap.
The big push is to get all the interior and exterior walls up in time for the delivery of our main beams and roof trusses on Monday.
The big trick was to get the window sections up without pushing them over all the way are sliding them off the floor.
We couldn't have gotten these walls up without our buddies. Here is the second section of the six section prow.
The front walls were really tough getting the angles right.
It took 7 guys to put the center prow sections up and it was something to see but they did it perfectly.