We’re really making progress now.
Drywall is up, paint is on, electric is in, stove is working, wall is open, furniture is moved, cabinets are in, siding is up and stained, bedroom doors are stained, floors have been stained.
Lots more to do though.
- Tongue and groove wood wallboard needs to go up in the living room.
- Window and door trim needs to be installed.
- Bedroom doors need to be hung.
- Some insulation needs to be hung.
- An attic staircase needs to be built and installed.
- The water system needs to be figured out.
- Remove compost toilet.
- Permanently install the cabinets including sink.
- Build an indoor/outdoor wood box.
The great news is though, the furniture is partially in and the addition has been opened to the old camp so now there’s space!
Can’t wait to get back up there and enjoy it.
After a good night’s sleep in the worst hotel of the trip so far (seriously! we had to get maintenance to open our door after we left for 30 minutes for breakfast!) we headed out of Spokane, glad to be on the open road again.
The trip from Spokane to Glacier National Park was relatively uneventful save the giant bug storm we drove through in Montana. It seemed bugs the size of your fist were hitting the windshield every 5 seconds or so and they definitely left their mark.
After arriving in Glacier we were greeted with a beautiful view of Lake McDonald from our balcony.
The Lake McDonald Lodge was beautiful, and reminded me of a miniaturized version of the Old Faithful Inn. I only wish they had these sorts of places in the Adirondacks. Come to think of it maybe they could trade. The Adirondacks could use these sorts of structures and the national parks (or at least the Lake McDonald Lodge) could certainly use some Adirondack furniture. The chairs at the lodge fit in just fine but they’re crazy uncomfortable.
After dinner we just sort of relaxed and went to bed early, ready to take on the park tomorrow.