One of the tasks for the building inspectors was to remove our vent-free propane heaters and install vented (read: big hole in the wall) heaters instead. Since these are 3 times as expensive as the ones we already bought, we just bought one for the a-frame. We were busy with the wood stove last weekend, so this Saturday, Bryan put in the heater. It has a thermostat, so we can just set it to 60 degrees and leave it. It’s great! Meanwhile, I got most of the front and back walls all tongue and grooved! . On Sunday, Bryan re-plumbed the gas line to the yurt with building inspector approved yellow coated copper (even though the gas company had put in the other stuff…) and I hung the old shingles back on the a-frame since they had fallen off. Can you tell which ones I put on??? It’ll do! Bryan also buried the water line so it won’t freeze and installed a shut off valve at the end so that after we pump water, we can flush the pipe out so it doesn’t freeze. We also got used metal roofing for the woodshed, which we clearly need to put on this week since the snow is here! I even had time to make banana cake with cream cheese frosting. AND Bryan chopped the wood he collected last weekend and we have the back of the shed full from just a few hours of work.