I got these countertops from Second Use in Seattle. Someone else’s kitchen remodel mortgage payment becomes my eventual freedom from a mortgage.
I plan on using dual shur flo pressure demand pumps, one for each fresh water tank, mounted at the lowest water level possible. (Down in the bay) Its about 10 feet of head pressure, which is easily accommodated by one of those pumps for a shower head. So, yeah gravity primed. I’ll set up a […]
So the water tanks that need to go into the luggage bay are huge – I suppose my eyes were larger than my appetite, because after I got the tanks I realized that they were about an inch higher than the gap between the deck of the bay and the frame rails. After a little […]
Vanity sink, that is. This is an Ikea Lillången sink, on top of a steel frame. Not shown are the steel posts that insert into the ceramic to hold it in place. It’s also glued to the steel frame with urethane body seam adhesive. The plan is to use a hepvo waterless trap instead of the […]
My asbstract shapes. Lots of gluing plastic to ply backing going on. This stuff never ends it seems. The finished panels seem to take the temperature swing and durability test when done though.
Feels like every panel and finish piece is a struggle. It looks good enough so I’m happy with the result. Carpet/ply panels in riding cabin area keep noise down. I have picked the hardest panels to complete first, naturally. Stairwell entrance gets the same sorta thing. Preview of the other areas. Birch with teak oil […]