Storypost | 2012.08.08

I mostly finished the vaulting:
The box around the ventilation pipe remains unfinished as I haven't yet turned it into a light fixture.

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The subfloor around the drain had some water damage so I spent a couple afternoons scraping away the rotted layers of wood. Most of the floor, however, did retain its tar from the original hot mop. To reinforce/smooth/protect the wood, I applied fiberglass and pool epoxy.

Next steps will be laying down the Schluter moisture barrier and leak testing everything. Then floor tile. All the while I'll be looking into lighting and acrylic for the window.

San Francisco Giants baseball box stadium view

Zac and Erin are getting married.

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