Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Cabin Building - Sub-Zero Style

Two hours of work and we only got the back door installed. Working when it's near 30 below has it's own set of unique challenges... like wearing full snow gear and super-mega-gumby gloves:


Is it Plickety or Gungnir? Hard to tell under 3 layers and a parka ;)

11 comments:

Sam.... said...

I'm putting my money on it being Plickety - the eyes tell all! ;)

Yukon Mike said...

Well now the doors on, how about the heat? :-)

Anonymous said...

Yes, agree. The eyes and the lashes give Plickety away. :)

Linda said...

Yup that is Plickety! 'It' looks female... lol

Looking GOOD! (All but the snow and looking COLD)

Anonymous said...

When PC stated that Halloween was the drop dead date to stop construction, I was scratching my head; but, not anymore. However, I've heard that this was the absolute worst November in Alaska in distant memory. We're all hoping you get some moderate days to close in and tarp that puppy.

HermitJim said...

Well, no matter who it is...I'll bet they have some really cold feet!

A lot braver than I would be, that's for sure!

Anonymous said...

I agree where is the heat :) Hopefully you can set up a propane heater to try and get the first floor to zero :O ? Good luck with the challenges and hope everyone is feeling better.

Anonymous said...

The door is nice but did you get the upper level ends closed off. Good to see you all are OK... Was kinda getting worried there for a min... Take care of your self so you dont turn that cold into pnumonia Plickity...

Wash.

carlos said...

I just came in to your blog by mistake, while scouting online for homesteading land and spend the last day reading it from head to toe...
you are my new heroes!
best of luck with the weather and take care of yourselves

greetings from spain!

Marybeth said...

Your weather now link says it's -40! I hope you guys are nice and warm.

Anonymous said...

Best wishes for the continuing construction. Stay warm!!!
Merry Christmas