Regrowth means two things: the need for fuel, and the need for protection. 'Ware the thorns.
The tile has finally arrived, four days ahead of schedule!
I think you mean "You're a winner", but it's hard to tell.
Final Pinkening, other side of the doorway in. This now needs to fully dry, and we hope that will reduce toxicity.
Corner near the door, wall to wall Pinkening now achieved.
General shot down, where the sealant SEEMS to be darkening as it dries.
From the sink to the inner wall along the diagonal--more dreaded Pinkening.
The highly toxic cement sealant painted on our cement floor earlier. No, I have no idea why it's that shade.
Oh, and just 'cos, part of my desk. This is why I can't find anything. I need to organize the desk, but how?
I think the last of the random-impression shots. (Pt. I-don't-even-know-anymore.)
More random impressions. (And hey, for a guy who's done flooring, but never leveled cement, he's doing a FAB job!)
More minimal impression marks. (Floor, Pt. III? Where was Pt. II?)
More minimal impressions in the new floor. (Preserved mostly for posterity; this will all be covered by tile.)
Section nearest the door. (Ignore glimpse of my fashion sense. I have none.)
It's not perfect, but it's a floor. (Pt. I.)
Two interior walls, showing initial sloping towards the drain.
Slightly dark image of the area nearest the window (far side of bathroom, showing external building wall).
Yesterday, the first section of actual flooring went in--a room-filling section of mesh, with cement over it.
Last, tired + camera = this is the pirate who lives on the bookshelf. Pirate, everyone. Everyone, pirate.
Last one: taken at the entrance to the bathroom, still covered w/ red tape that's been there for over a year.
This is the sink area. The new planking goes into the alcove; it just can't be seen with the shop-vac in the way.
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