The paint is light lime green and should be plenty enough to paint the exterior of the cabin to protect the OSB until I can get it either stuccoed or get a different color paint I like. They also left a small window just about an inch bigger than I intended to install on each side of the cabin, but with just a little work I can make it work the same way. (Forgot to get a picture of it)
The chairs are very well made and should hold up pretty darned well unlike the cheap Chinese crap out there. Also has plenty of pockets for all sorts of storage which will make it real nice. They are made in China to, but the tubing and fabric are sturdy enough for even big guys like Bigfoot.
We started getting a little rain yesterday evening, but only a couple of 10ths and later the foots and I met up at the Legion to visit. While we were there it came a real turd floater. It netted about 1 1/4 inch of rain in a fairly short time. The foots decided to go to their cabin and since their new/used vehicle is only 2 wheel drive I was afraid they may not make it home because there is a nasty wash going to their place and the roads had all turned in to rivers by then. Well they took off before me and I lost them. I took the same rout I figured they would take, but never found them. I took a wrong turn since you couldn't even see the roads. All you could see was water. I put the jeep in 4X4 mode and with taking the wrong turn wound up way further out in the ranch than I should be. I finally found a safe place to turn around (high ground) and put the peddle to the metal headed back the direction I knew I'd have to go to get back home. Several times even with moving fast enough to kick up a huge rooster tail of water I almost slowed to a crawl in the muddy road which would have meant stucksville and spending the night in the jeep. The wipers weren't keeping up with all the rain and muddy water being thrown up on the windshield so a lot of my driving was blind. I think I managed to stay in the road though because I didn't hear any bushes hitting the jeep.
Not really. I knew which way to go to get back here. just wasn't sure I'd make it. I was still worried about them this morning, but using the binoculars it seems they probably made it home.