Yep, ugly steel roofing for the siding. Not to worry I have a plan after we re-paint it all. The sheets go up quickly, tighten down and button up by screws, and it's nasty stuff cutting through for windows but windows are worth any work. These two I found years ago at a church rummage sale $1 each.
I like to look through my buildings from one side of the building to the other
side and into the yard. Fuller world.
Counting how many more rafters to go. All attached to the upper wall studs and then a 2 x 6 support plate underneath. Bottom half is western spruce lumber which is nothing like it used to be; the lean-to and all the upper rafters will be local spruce cut off a hillside in West Leyden, Massachusetts.
Friend wood-frog has been with me ever since I started the job and I watch out he doesn't get harmed.
You can see he also watches me.
Just the first strokes to completing a notch, pencil scratches and messages
The lean-to almost complete — just a few more angle braces to knock in and get measured exactly — a truck has to fit in here and the doors have to open.