There was more siding.
It took some effort to get the long corner trim boards put on the tall end of the cabin where the ground is the shortest. Those two boards took a couple of hours to get placed right and securely nailed.
That allowed me to do the siding on the other side of the back kitchen door. If I squint hard I can tell my siding seams on opposite sides of the door don't quite match up. The next piece of siding above the door will straighten that out. It wasn't enough to worry about.
I'll finish the siding to below the porch roof, as far as I can go before the roof needs to go on. I have this hankering though to do the lower courses of siding on the downhill side now that my corner trim board is on. That is the side you see when driving by on the scenic highway, the big house of Lowes side. I want to cover that up.
Right after this snow passes and a brief day of warm returns some time next week.