Hard work pays out! Not only with our Baba Yaga, which is still going on strong after the Covid-19 pandemic. Of course we can imagine how curious you are about how far we have come. Check out the latest episode about the creation of Baba Yaga on YouTube
So I found these brilliant dimmers. Looking really luxurious and they work perfectly. Well …, almost …, the one thing you’d like it to be in a sleeping quarter is that it’s as quiet as possible. Fortunately we’ve fixed the problem, but it wasn’t a nice surprise powering these dimmers up for the first time.
We had some more bad luck this afternoon. A rivet for mounting the separation walls turned out to be too short. Of course we didn’t check it before and luckily we ran out of air for the rivetgun, otherwise we had to cut two wooden plates again. Now it was only one smaller plate. But have you seen the first bed?!?! It’s not finished but, wow, it’s really starting to look like something.
and another and they seem to keep coming so we took down the tent. Unfortunately it brings all the work to a standstill. We’ll just have to wait until the weather gets better.
A first glimpse of how the lighting is going to look inside the bedbunks. On the left the dimmer, ledstrip in the middle and, on the right, two USB charging points
with some relaxing moments in between
We had a heater and it worked great … for about 2 days. Because the seller of it gave us garantuee we were able to return it for a refund and the next day we bought a new one. It is SOOO nice not having to work in near freezing temperatures again
After some “minor” difficulties, we’ve continued with cutting wood for the separation walls of the bed bunks. It’s really great to have the tent up and having an oil heater to get it comfortably dry and warm