Yep, not much to say about it: measured, cut, put up nailers, put in bottom plate, built the box, nailed it in, leveled and plumbed and fussed and shimmed, and there it was.
One thing: The lumber we bought is totally crappy. Put a few nails in it and it splits like balsa. What th'?
Next up, when we get back from Florida, we'll move that tub in for realz, put in the drain, then be ready to finish up our wall and move on to some more plumbing and underlayment stuff. Pretty cool. We can see that we'll soon need to think about tile, shower fixtures, lighting, etc.: This is going to be a room someday! Amazing. To us it is, anyway.
PS: If anyone knows a good remedy for ladybugs, please let us know.
Where someday heat will radiate.
Easiest construction task ever: laying down a plastic sheet.
Dad tests the floor with a little softshoe routine. It passed!
We stuffed this guy back down into the crawlspace and cemented all the openings. Who WAS that?
One of our many dependencies is the guesthouse visible at the rear of this photo.
Two little walls that took three big days.
A nice photo of our mighty edifice.