Monthly Archives: July 2015

pardon the hiatus

We now return to your regularly scheduled blog posts. After months of injury-related inaction, the container refinements are again underway.

Two sewing cabinets came into my life yesterday. One is remaining a sewing cabinet, and the other is becoming my sink and cooktop. While I’m at work, the polyurethane will dry on the new countertop.

Glued one slat, hence the strap.  Otherwise perfect.

Glued one slat, hence the strap. Otherwise perfect.

Three coats; two more tonight.

Three coats; two more tonight.

What it will look like when it's all put together.

What it will look like when it’s all put together.

The loft ladder is finally painted. I ran out of paint the last time, but this time I bought two cans.

Ladder-rific!

Ladder-rific!

The large holes under the sink are now covered. I had to cut the h oles to get them into their fittings in the floor, so this is my solution to covering the area.

Floor holes, solved.

Floor holes, solved.

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When the time comes, this is the cooktop I am getting. It was one of the highest rated for RVs, and it is widely preferred in the Tiny House community. And it’s a wee cute little thing.

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