Here is the (almost) complete Gas Box from the last Friday Construction Post. On Saturday I sided most of the box, but it was a slow process, or slower than it should have been. Because the box doesn't have consistent dimensions each siding board had to be individually measured, and then the end cuts painted. Temperature was around 1 above so even the super amazing stain that Cape Cod Siding supplies took a little while to dry. So it was almost a one board at a time affair. I got a little smarter after doing the one side and worked on the two remaining sides at the same time, but still it was slow going for the size of the project. Thursday evening saw me haul out the table saw to rip down the last remaining three boards and the front piece of trim.
While I was waiting for those to dry I built Travis a rough little wooden skidoo to pull around (they are everywhere up here). It's an Alpine as it has one ski.
All that remains to do on the Gas Box is paint the doors and the end cuts of the trim when it is nicer and put in a small shelf for oil and naptha bottles.