March this year has been more about getting the cabin foundation fixed (you do remember my shock last August http://j04.9a0.myftpupload.com/index.php/archives/2607) after the big lean than anything else. I made two trips and almost have all of the cribs in and the beams straighten and braced, one more trip should do it and then I can get back to finishing up the insulation.
Of course there was a few hickups during March as well with Trish’s health. So far everything is looking better, but the poor thing has had one H E double L of a winter. We think we may have it all worked out and she should get back on schedule.
March 2014, The Cabin
Working on fixing the cabin foundation.Share on Facebook
Last weekend was probable the most social weekend I’ve ever had at the cabin, a couple of the locals came to visit and I must of spent 4 hours visiting which I didn’t mind, but it did delay some of the work I wanted to get done. Jake and I completed 2 of the three beams and started on the third. Of course it didn’t help anything that I bent and broke and the propane line to the kitchen stove, so we got side tracked on fixing that so we could cook and make coffee, a priority you know.
We did get a nice ride in to the top of Chulitna Buttes, a hill I’ve been wanting to get to the top of for the past four years and the view was spectacular. No I didn’t get any pictures since we hadn’t planned to do any exploring, just stop by Steve and Kim’s and go back to the cabin, but then I got a wild hair and up the side of the mountain we went and as I said it was spectacular. I’m hoping to re-visit the Butte on my next trip and will definitely take my camera with me.Share on Facebook