Housewrap, windows, and even a front door! There is no door handle on the door yet, but it is in a package waiting to be opened and installed. Note that the housewrap is Lowe's not Tyvek. In Alaska, for whatever reason, Tyvek is very popular. You will see houses that have obviously been standing for a long time, that have OSB and Tyvek housewrap, but no siding. The housewrap is thus generally torn and fluttering in the wind. This is a typical architectural feature of the Alaskan bush house, and means that the homeowner either got broke or tired.
Do you see the white stuff on the ground in both of these pictures? This is our first snowfall of the year. It is only about a quarter of an inch, but it counts.
This afternoon, we were working on the interior of the house, specifically the stairs. See the talented and hardworking carpenter
fixing making adjustments to the stair jacks:
Here is what they looked like when I left today:
I talked to James a little bit ago, and he says he has gotten the treads on the stair jacks now, so that they can be walked on.