More progress? YES! The wiring is done and I'm finally beginning to install the drywall (or dryceiling as Paul calls it). I'm using Roxul spun stone insulation. This stuff is pretty nice. It's made out of rocks and air. You can pretty much hug this stuff with bare arms and you don't get itchy or splotchy like you would with fiberglass. The batts are pretty stiff which makes them reasonable to work with when installing them. Since the attic is so low on the sides, I've e
So, here's what I've been up to for the past few days: Actual progress on the workshop! Let's talk about lighting. There are several schools of thought for workshop lighting, but they all come back to something along the lines of "more lighting is better". I'll add to that that dispersed lighting is better. Add to that that I try to be thrifty and also like to severely overcomplicate things, I made a decision for my lighting that I hope will pay big dividends down the long
Well, life is happening. We've been going to pumpkin patches and fixing up the actual house pretty much full time (full time pumpkin patch goer -- now that's a job I could do). Stuff has just been kind of accumulating in the workshop. It's not bad, but it's not really a workshop yet. I have a vision for this workshop. I need to get some work done.