Overthinking homesteading projects
when I overthink a project, I back myself into a corner and nothing
ever gets done. For example, re-insulating the lower part of the trailer
would, in a perfect world, go in this order:
But the problem with this
campaign is that I haven't wrapped my head around the best way to
insulate under the floor, and that's also the project I care about the
least. As a result, somehow two porches ended up attached to the trailer
before I'd even begun step one of my reinsulation project.
Still, it did seem like a good idea to install the skirting behind the mushroom tower
before we started putting mushroom logs and water-tower braces in
place. Luckily, I discovered that it's not all that difficult to do the
tasks in the wrong order --- yes, I had to crawl under the porch and the
trailer, but I embraced my inner coal miner and survived.
So maybe I was wrong with my original plan. Maybe it should have been:
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