Well well well, what do you know. Steve and I both have Covid! We have been so very careful, but this Delta variant has worked its way into our bodies. Fortunately, we both have been vaxxed so it has given us just mild symptoms with the vaccine protection. I fortunately qualified for an immediate Regeneron monoclonal antibody infusion. Within 48 hours I was feeling pretty good, mostly back up to snuff. We still have some slight symptoms yet that come and go. We are treating with over the counter meds, mainly Mucinex D and Tylenol. We are quarantining for 14 days. Our wonderful son-in-law has been keeping us stocked up and supplied with what we need from the store.
Since we are basically "trapped" here at home, which is a perfect time to get another thing done on our house projects, right?
It is finally time to put the second window to good use. If you recall, earlier this spring Steve managed to find two of these windows on Facebook Marketplace. A contractor had evidently mis-measured and they weren't the correct ones for someone's cabin. But they used them for six weeks until the new windows came in. So technically they were used, but they were like brand new. We pick them both up and installed one of them in the corner nook in the kitchen this past spring. Now it's time to install the other one. It is 6 feet wide and 4 feet high.
Where you might ask? On this last section of wall that we have not finished the siding yet. This is exactly why we didn't finish putting on the siding. With my magic little glowing yellow finger on my cell phone, I managed to draw in this beautiful window right into place. How perfect is that? Well, not really perfect. But you get the idea. It's the same type of window that we put over on the side of that breakfast nook to the right.
Here's a little video segment I shot to explain the wall pugging:
That was enough work for today. We cleaned up and put away the tools. I Swiffer'ed around and took care of all of the extra dust. I pulled the plastic off the bed, so we can still sleep in the room tonight. It may get down in the low 50s tonight, so we will have to kick on the furnace a bit. When we get around to doing the sheetrock and plaster on the ceiling, we will remove the bed completely, and sleep out in the motorhome in the driveway.
Let's see what we can accomplish tomorrow.