We couldn't get our guests to sheet the roof of the cabin, but we got her done. Thanks Rodney!!! Next weekend, or the weekend after will be spent laying the roofing material. I had a blast figuring out how to frame the windows and putting up rafters is not as hard as it appears as long as you remember which marks NOT to use on the ridge beam and the birds beaks are laid out correctly. I was hoping to learn a little about wiring but the Bear may get to it before me. THANKS!!!!
Three for the Wolf Clan, out doing the rest! Byrd, John and I participated in the family derby this year (for once we were able to attend), we each took a fish, and they each weighed 10.5 pounds. Dads was a monster weighing in at 16.5, he won of course taking the biggest fish title away from the Bear. I think there should be a prize for the clan who brings in the most! It was great having the other fisherman walk by seeing our 7 fish (two for the Bear,two for the Eagle and one each for the Wolves) on the bank, and telling us no one else was catching. The Harrington's OWN the river, give up!We had friends from the past join us in the middle of the week. I believe the fish treated them well, between the swimming lessons. It's great to hear life has treated them well, I sure hope it isn't another 18 years befor we see them again.(left to right- Opie aka Larry, Jim, John, Me, Kyle, Dad)