The roof covering material is already on the roof. Just need to tack it down on a completely dry sunny day. What you see: the ground level isn’t tall enough to stand up in. It’s for the chickens and storage of chopped wood for the stove. Haven’t yet chopped that wood yet. The upper floor under the roof isn’t a floor. That’s only a few feet high. That was used as scaffolding until the roof went up. Now it’s up, so that comes down. The main floor has three sections across, each eight feet long. The middle section of the hermitage is dedicated space for the chapel. The plastic you see covers a window that must weigh between four and five hundred pounds. Ask my guardian angel how I tossed it up there. It will be just as difficult to fit it in place, since I would like to put it up high, behind the gradines of the ad orientem altar. Yikes! I failed to cash your checks today since there was a threat of rain and I really had to finish the last bit of the roof lest I lose what I had already done. There is a covering over the plywood, but that cheap stuff needs to have real roofing put over it. The next projects will be the water system and the wood stove system, both huge projects. The first involves gutters and storage tanks and a hand pump to another tank to a ceramic filter… The wood stove will involve brick work and piping and fittings and… Plus, I’d like to get something up where the walls should be. I’m hoping that I won’t have to tough out the winter with plastic sheeting like I tried to use for my present little corner of the loft of the neighbor’s barn, like last winter. We’ll have to see what the finances look like. Presently, I have $80 in the account. Yikes! But, this is a good exercise in trusting God’s providence.