So the little one had is first birthday
this weekend. Cuteness abounded, and was equilibrated that night when his pops and friends went to see Zombieland
. Great movie, I'd recommend it to anyone. It's funny, gruesome, and doesn't try to shoehorn too much meaning into a horror/comedy hybrid.
After a year of skimming, I've put up a net
to catch most of the leaves upwind of the pool.
I bolted a steel cable
to opposite ends of the deck to manage shear forces, but lacking help I haven't been able to tension it yet.
I pulled the rest of the drywall
and plywood super-subfloor. Beneath that was some very thin acrylic that can stay. It's all been green sealed. Capping the shower revealed that the leak, it was at the soldered section at the topmost L-bend.
The interior walls weren't insulated
, I took the opportunity to amend this for thermal and acoustic reasons. Small spaces were filled with foam, as was the area surrounding pipes since I hear the foam is superior to fiberglass.
So I'm thinking a main shower head aimed at 45 degrees
so I'm not right next to the wall with six feet of unused bathroom space. The new wall should make plumbing the thing a bit easier; more space for the extra knobs and piping required for side sprayers.