I do have to keep going down in the pit for the next few days and playing with the thermostat control until I can get it low enough that it will keep the temperature just above freezing and not higher. If it's higher it runs up the electric bill like crazy.
And in an ideal world, I'll figure a way to secure it to the shelf. When the train goes by, the ground shakes enough that I think it could walk itself off the shelf after a month or so.
I think I'll just remind you where this started in September. A Dirt-y Beginning
And the intermediate state of done-ness, when I got the top built. Exterior Completed
So, I'm feeling somewhat self-satisfied. But it won't last long. There are several other small tasks in line before winter really sets in. And there is always something that needs fixing!
In other news: I finished Chapter 15 in Dead Mule Swamp Singer, and worked on my editing jobs. And got some groceries. And worked on that "other" project. Will reveal that soon.
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