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A lot of effort has gone into the interior since my last blog post about our restoration efforts on Mt. Harvard.
We have finished painting the kitchen and installed all of the shelving and parts that we could find in the sleeper. Our three or four person team has now switch its focus to the hallway leading to the vestibule stair area. Bob Olsen has now moved into the women's bathroom and is beginning to remove all the old wall and ceiling paint.
We just painted these small door panel belonging to the electrical locker.
More small doors some for the John Mcloughlin.
Much of the kitchen was primed at Mid Continent but we are sanding that same area and priming it again.
Here I am priming a wall in the small kitchen.
This view is looking into the kitchen from the obs room.
Sandi priming the area. The masked off area beneath the window is the sink.
Sandi, the happy painter at work.
Wall finally painted. Next we will install locks and handles.
Another wall painted in the small kitchen.]
Bob Olsen holding his favorite tool, the heat gun.
Removal of old paint in the womens bathroom has begun.
The lounge is also functioning as a small assembling and storage area.
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