workshop update {door & lock}

March 29, 2011

We have a door for the upstairs.
Lin­coln, Ella and Nathan did a fan­tas­tic job build­ing it:

building the workshop door

Ignore our trashy yard full of dead grass. Things get messy out there when your building.

nathan building workshop door for upstairs

TRUE LIFE: This is what I usu­ally look like on a Sat­ur­day >SLOPPY. Boots, big clothes, dirty hair and yesterday’s make-up. Brutal.

pulling up the upstairs door with winch

If you can’t tell, the upstairs door is attached to the WINCH and we are pulling it up into place.…

pulling upstairs workshop door into place

Nathan stood on the lad­der to bolt it in and I held the door in place with the help of the pul­ley (um.…it was ridicu­lously heavy and scary).

The latch is on the inside (obvi­ously) and a piece needs to be put on the top and bot­tom to seal up those gaps.…but…ta-da…

upstairs workshop door in place

Also, there is a cool han­dle and lock on the down­stairs door he made from the scraps.

downstairs workshop door latch

Sooooooooooooooooooo.…the shop is pretty much com­plete on the out­side! Wooooohooooo! Crazy, right? Now we will work on shelv­ing and work­ta­bles for the down­stairs and mak­ing the upstairs pretty.

Cheers!

sarah

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  • Lnel­son

    Looks fan­tas­tic in person.…it is just an amaz­ing space full of pos­si­bil­i­ties yet to be created!

  • Sun­shine

    i love, love, love it. let’s have a dance party in it.

  • Mark

    Loved the use of the WINCH (as opposed the wench you were using last time.)


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