Well, the heat has been kicking my butt for the last two weeks. I tried to work with the fiberglass last week - probably made every rookie mistake possible - and the heat + humidity made the final batch of resin kick less than a minute after I mixed it. So with a wad of burning hot resin flung across the yard, and a quite, but heartfelt epitaph, I called it a day. Mom's boyfriend offered his air conditioned garage to work in when I'm ready to try again.
To escape the heat I built little things: a shelf under the sink area, and matching trim on the couch, counter-top and dividing wall between the bathroom and living room. Turned out pretty nice looking.
Today, since we had it off of work, I decided to tackle the roof deck on the bus. HA! Fun, but a challenge from the start. I ran over Mom's mailbox trying to back the bus into her driveway (she was NOT amused), and halfway through the morning we had to relocate to her BF house to find shade to continue working. Good new: we got the main framing done and on the roof (including adding the joist hangers). But it took us from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. to get that much done. The heat really takes a lot out of me and I had to take several breaks - especially once we were on the roof. Dizzy spells when one is 10 feet in the air are Not Fun!
By 5 I was done for the day. The BF was making plans to take us all out on the boat to watch the fireworks this evening, but I couldn't stand the thought of being on open water with No Shade until later in the evening, so I borrowed Mom's car and came home. The bus is still beside his garage in some spotty shade.
So... tomorrow I'll go back over to Mom's BF to finish working on the deck. Hopefully, I'll have some photos of the work. Gotta get them off of Mom's camera and onto my computer. That... and the half dozen videos I still have to catch up on will be this weekend's chore I think.