Shower Improvements

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May not seem like much, but we have improved our shower.

We now have the bag hanging on a pulley system so that we don’t have to climb the ladder every time we want to shower! This is a big deal.

We put an old dog tie down in the ground to hook it to.  Nothing fancy or exciting to anyone but us, but that is all I have for today.

More building to come on Monday.  This whole thing about having to work is messing up our building schedule.  If I could just retire at age 33 then we could have our cabin done. Oh well.


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