With everything precut and a good amount of carpentry expertise on the team, we were able to assemble the walls fairly rapidly Saturday. We wanted a level surface to work on, so we used the handy-dandy portable dance floor and laid each wall on top of the last one.
By around 5 p.m. all of the walls were complete, so we huffed and puffed and blew the house...up!
Into place, that is. With three people, it was a manageable task, but I wouldn't want to do it with any fewer.
After cleaning up, we retired to my apartment and grilled some chicken on my brand new Weber Smokey Joe grill (see, I'm not that cheap!). I'll admit, I seem to forget every time that its best to let the coals burn RED hot for a good while before tossing anything on. Needless to say, it took a little while for dinner to be cooked, but that gave us plenty of time to savor the complex flavors of some cans of Gennesse Cream Ale!