I cut down the old construction door from austinmodhouse to fit the cabin. testing paint colors and we are not settled on this cranberry, looks a bit too much like purple. also have decided to paint the hardie that is up high around that window in white.
kat worked hard at applying insulation.
the inside really feels like being indoors! she is ready to start the finish details and get it cleaned up. I have it prewired for LED lights and have a small AGM battery to power them (will be charged via solar)
we set off to climb mount baldy, a few blocks from our cabin.
that was a steep climb up, especially with a toddler on me.
our cabin is among those trees down there, just beyond those buildings.
we often grab some mexican food when we are on the east side of town. I could not resist the micheladas when I saw the size of that mug!
kat said "thats GOOD!" they were much limier and less tomato-y than we make them at home. and we don't have mugs this big.... yet.
she ranked their caldo de pescado up there among the best she's had. her favorite was found in East LA, but that was a seven seas version. will return to las cazuelas to try their seafood soup to compare.
we did a second round of the East Austin Studio Tour (E.A.S.T.)
we enjoyed exploring the magic around Ginko studio and Phillipe Klinefelter's studio.
the daughter had insisted we return to the splinter group studios. hawkeye had promised to make her a shiny thing if we visited again this weekend.
he kept his word and turned a piece of bronze on the metal lathe. she was happy to have a unique shiny object all her own.