So Greece was nice.
I'm now back in Walkers Pass on the family land, picking up the threads of trailer construction that I had left off at the end of September.
The first few days back at work mostly consisted of me leaning against a wall, staring at the ceiling, attempting to figure out what parts I need that I don't have and in which order to do everything.
My first priority is to get the insulation complete (winter is coming, y'know). In order to do that, I need to get all of my roof penetrations sorted - solar panel wiring, skylights, and vents. In order to do that, I need to decide where all of my interior walls are going to be. And on and on.
Finally I said "screw it!" and did the only logical thing - I cut two holes in the roof.
These will feed the solar panel wires and roof-mounted light circuit.
Since I was on the roof, I ripped out the old static vent and replaced with a fantastic fan.
I'm also insulating the ceiling cavities.
Okay, that about gets us caught up to the present moment.
I'm writing this right now instead of working on the trailer because I went out this afternoon to do more insulation, cut my last piece of insulation incorrectly, twice, and then the wind blew my ladder over and smashed the windshield on my truck. Okay universe, I get it, today is not a work day.