My father hasn’t been able to spend the time he wanted working on the addition to their camp. The past two weekends I’ve spent there finishing winter weather preparations with a whole bunch of help. Thanks Jerry, Don, Alan, Tony & Amy.
It’s been a long time coming but we’ve now got a finished roof, weather sealed outer walls and windows and doors installed. I’d say we’re well on our way. The soffit should go up soon and then all that’s left is the doorknobs/locks and possibly some wire mesh under the camp to keep the critters out.
I might even get motivated enough to just continue working this fall so come this winter it’s at least partially usable space.
63.5″ is a lot of snow. I don’t care where you are or where you’re from. It’s not unheard of in the north country but for the southern areas which are getting slammed right now, it’s a ton. Some of these cities only see 12″ of snow for a whole season, others only see a few inches occasionally. to get almost 70″ in one week… wow. The biggest problem is their lack of equipment.
Take a look at the satellite aftermath of the storm: