Owen is clamping on pieces of treated wood to be drilled into the metal frame. Also pictured are cedar pieces that go on the outside of the metal frame. Owen has cut them so one end fits with the curve of the wheel well, and they have grooves to accommodate the shiny tubular metal things sticking up (No idea what they’re called). We drilled them on after this photo was taken, covering the .com label.
Ideally the drill holes will be 6 inches apart. But there’s some adjustment to avoid conflict with nails coming from the other direction. So I’m using a pencil to indicate where I want them before drilling.
Project supervisor says “Keep up the good work on the puny house, humans” from her comfortable spot inside.