Mobile Man Cave Update

Yesterday, I went down to my happy hunting grounds and finally closed a chapter in my home away from home life. The final remnants of my hunting cabin that was destroyed by our last hurricane was piled up and, in a somber celebration of all the goods times had there, it was sent away in a blaze of smoke and ashes. We thought it a fitting and respectful end.

But... With renewed vigor, today I started deconstruction on my recently acquired portable Man Cave. As the ruble piles up in and around it, I can tell progress is being made.

Here's a shot of all the stuff I tore out of the bathroom.

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Roof leaks abound in the bathroom ceiling because the metal on top is just plain rotten.

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Yes! That's daylight you're seeing through there.

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Lots of work to do on top. The top band around the back is all rotted way and the roof is in foul shape.

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The wall in the kitchen area was bowed out ward. I've stripped the paneling off to find the broken studs in the wall.

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And, Yes! That is the ground you're looking at beneath that wall. The band around the bottom is rotted away too!

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From outside, you can see INSIDE under that same wall.

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There's still more to be torn out before I can even hope to start back again, but hopefully, in another week or so I can show y'all some REconstruction started on it.

Wish me luck!

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Progress is being made for sure!!! Ya got me thinking I need to find something like that, not that I need another project LoL
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Wow it looks like the rust is the only thing keeping it together, you got your work cut out for you with that project.