These pink slabs are custom-cut by Owen first, so they fit, with a little bit tucked under the black metal rail. There will be a can of gap filler used later today.
The pink material is high-grade insulation that took longer than expected to both locate a seller and then to order and have delivered. It has an
R-value suitable for cold New England winters.
…from Home Depot, and parks their truck out front. Owen adds the lumber to the stockpile.
The trailer needs to be raised to take some of the pressure off the wheels. The suggested ratio is 70% of the weight on the four jacks, 30% on the tires. This will matter more when there is more structure built onto the trailer.
And level on the other three sides too.
Don’t look at the fence or you’ll get dizzy.
Thanks to Char, Nicolle, and Mike for helping me move the trailer into position! Because they got in on the ground floor they get top priority in the Tiny Time Share queue.
… and the tires are on the plywood, in the planned place in the yard. This is thanks to Mike and Nicolle, since moving it was a 4-person job.