Time has a way of healing the pain of times past but there’s never enough time to eliminate the pain of the fall leaf season in central Virginia. They’re coming down like crazy. I can only imagine how much time I’ll spend on leaf removal in the coming weeks. Fortunately, this isn’t the only focus. There has been some shed progress and tomorrow we leave for Urbanna, VA for the Urbanna Oyster Festival with some of our motor homing friends.
First, the garden shed progress is slow but so far, it’s been moving along. This week, the truss’ for the roof was completed,
the last of the walls was framed, the walls were erected. This is Carolyn demoing one of the roof truss so that I could visualize the roof profile.
Today, the sheathing was tacked in place on the walls. Things are beginning to come together.
With a little luck and good weather, the roof will be in place next week.
For now, it’s time to quit work , pack up and leave for a few days of fun, oysters and friends. More later.