Here is a quick video and update of what we accomplished this weekend on the Tiny House build: loft & mezzanine framing!
We had another successful Sunday BBBBq. I have to admit, that it’s becoming more of a “Beer and BarBecue” event, than a Building one. Although I’m not complaining since I grilled some amazing pork ribs that paired beautifully with a few home-brewed Smoked Pale Ales and Coffee Porters courtesy of our guests.
Alex and Ashley, two fellow rock-climbers, are the famous home-brewers. They also brought along Kona, their chocolate lab, who decided he best served us by napping in the middle of our narrow walkway, making it impossible not to stop and pet him.
April, who we met at the Los Angeles Tumbleweed workshop, and Suzy also showed up to help. Both learned how to use a miter saw for the first time! Everyone worked really hard and took the occasional break to hang from our loft joists.
My friend Jonathan, who helped last weekend, was mainly here for the ribs. But hey, they were delicious so I can’t really blame him.
Nah, he did help quite a bit. He’s an architect by trade, so he’s figuring out how we can build a solid gambrel roof instead of the classic a-frame.