I am back from my long weekend!
for those who may not know, my wife and I went to a Zac Brown Band concert she won tickets to. The concert was Thursday evening at 7 pm, at Youngstown State University. I guess it was the first time they have ever had a concert, and people we having a blast.
The band Midland was the opener and play for about an hour. Here was our view, mind you it was still the opener and daylight so the stands weren’t full yet.
Here is a quick clip of Midland from Thursday playing there no. 1 hit ‘Drinkin’ Problem.
The rest of the night was awesome. The Zac Brown Band is great live! They even covered Bohemian Rhapsody, I didn’t expect that. It was looking like rain and that held off. It was a ton of driving for one night but it was all worth it.
The pictures aren’t great but I wanted something haha.
Here is a clip of their super famous song ‘Chicken Fried’.
You can really tell the crowd was into it. If you make it to the end you can see that they continue to just do awesome instrumentals for a whole minute.
We made our way home and arrived after 1 am. We went right in, thanked my mom for watching our son and hit the hay!
Friday was spent relaxing. Saturday and Sunday I went with my dad and brother to get some more work done on the cabin. We started on the ends first.
Here is my brother adding the first piece of plywood.
We have arch gaps to fill at the top but the windows are all in and framed.
The other side done the same, with the bigger window framed.
Here is just a shot of the outside.
Next we worked on framing in a couple of french doors that we no longer needed. They will not be doors at all, rather just tall windows with builtin blinds!
Here is where they will go, one on each side.
Here they are mostly framed in, and I figured I should get a picture now or else I would forget. The first is with the blinds closed then open. It should be a great feature for light and style.
It is moving right along. Once we frame in the real door, and cover the two ends we are going to seal it up. We are going to caulk the floor gaps, and use expanding foam around the roof and walls. Next will be to insulate the inside all while having the other people putting on the siding. from there we are going to put Amish rough cut wood on the front, and plywood the inside. Then it is just a matter of building the interior, as far as bunks counters, and moving in furniture. Still quite a bit to do but it should be ‘livable’ for a weekend by first snow.
I had a jam packed weekend, but it was all a good time. I hope you all had great ones as well. If you get a chance check out my last post. It is a short film review that I was requested to do. Kinda neat actually.
I’ll see you all again tomorrow! 😀 😀