Not a good day. The air compressor died, so John has to use a "real" hammer. I'm hearing "Ouch!" quite often, and a few expletives. Building sure goes faster with a nailing gun, so I think I'll go to Harbor Freight tomorrow and buy Mr. H a new air compressor as an early Father's Day present.
I believe the framing is finished now, so it's time to put up some OSB. We're cutting our construction costs by recycling the OSB (that's oriented strand board for the non-builders). My son-in-law is installing vinyl fencing around the mobile home park he and my daughter manage, and the panels come in boxes made of OSB. It's new stuff, there are just a few nails and screws to remove, but it's slightly smaller than the standard 4'x8'sheets. We figured what the heck, it's all going to be covered by siding and shingles anyway and it would be a shame to haul it to the dump.
We will also be recycling the 3 windows, an exhaust fan and a skylight! John works for a big RV sales and service company, and if anything comes from the factory with even a little scratch, it's disposed of and replaced by the factory. I'm more than happy to give these items a new home!