I've been able to finish the exterior of the north end of the cabin (painting, trim for window and ac unit, and corners). Weather has been perfect the last few days and I've been ready at daylight each day of work.
After finishing the north wall, I started on finishing the east side (the back of the cabin) and this morning was able to get the kitchen window installed and trimmed out. I had quite a bit of painting to do on the east wall and got that done yesterday afternoon.
Tough to get a clear view of the back of the cabin for all the trees and it won't be until later in the Fall before the leaves disappear giving me an unobstructed shot of the East exterior wall.
Except for the front of the cabin, the West side, all exterior walls are finished and I can pull the scaffolding down. I'll set the scaffolding up under the porch and finish out the front of the cabin. I'll be picking up my soffit (1/4" plywood) on Monday and get them primed and painted for installation. I still have to get the picture window trimmed out along with the entry door and the sliding patio glass door. (2) floodlights to install plus a ceiling fan on the South end of the porch.
I may focus on finishing the ramp (walk-way out over the little creek on the North side of the cabin) since it is more subject to weather delays in case we get inclimate weather this Fall. I just lack the railings on one side of the ramp and then railings on the deck (the main porch) and all the decking work will be completed. Oh, I still need to install the hand-rails on the steps up to the ramp and along the stairs up on the main deck.
Below is a picture of the house from last year. Quite a difference and looking back on this project, I can't believe it has taken so long, but all in all, I've enjoyed the building of my own cabin.
I've been getting some work done inside during the hot weather and will post some pictures later. Thanks for looking.