Because there’s always room for improvement. In my case, a lot of improvement.
Rehung siding, new paint, fresh varnish, little fixes, and lots of cleaning. We’re hooked up to get out of town for a bit.
Dietz lanterns, Kelly kettle, fuel, and lamp oil packed away in the pan box. The steel disk serves as a heat shield to minimize ground scarring under the fire.
A view from the bed. Still more to pack up but things are looking good and nearly ready to go.
The new windows are great and really perk the place up. Bright and airy makes for a pleasant space.
Still, the little Snail is far from perfect; made on a shoestring budget during snatches of time between work and bad weather. Although I don’t live in it full-time currently I have come to see this as my home.
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