Inside my house.
Granted the roof wasn't quite finished. The ridge caps were not put on the ends so the straps the crane used to lift the roof could attach to the main ridge beam. I temporarily covered three of the openings. Two have held.
It is a lot dryer inside now with the roof I have than it was before.
Miss Fay has finally arrived with some desperately needed rain for WNC. It has been raining steadily for almost 24 hours and we have gotten about five inches so far. The methodical pace of the rain is allowing much of it to soak into the soil.
Everything always looks so easy. Joining the roof and walls together shouldn't take much time at all. It is the numerous details that always win out in the end, doubling any notion of a finished by date or time that floats through my head. I did the best I could to fill in the gaps with final construction and temporary covers.
The plywood sheathing for the connecting wall between the two roof sections has all been cut and fitted in to place. Some pieces were nailed on. Some were just put in place to help keep out the rain. The outline and placement of the two windows in the wall can be seen with their black plastic covers.
I think I see a face in there. What is that expression?