Final framing, cap, and loft....
Cantilever framed in--yay windows! One more window to cut out where the plywood is, but it's framed in already. And yes, that's a 6' long window in the loft :) It makes me happy :) Light is uber important to me, so the more windows the better! But, with limited wall space for storage options, I had to be really picky with where windows went. I was also warned by an engineer that putting in too many windows would compromise the strength of a potentially moving building. All interesting tips!
Have I said measure? Well, measure again... second pic is Dad measuring to make sure we're within road allowance height. Phew! Still an inch left for plywood and roofing material. Planning backwards was interesting--normally the height isn't really important: I'm used to building from the ground up, not between trailer bed (which can vary in height due to weight, slope, etc) and max height. Because the trailer was warped, we had to chalkline level against the top cap, then use a circular saw to cut off the excess that was bowing up over the wheel wells. Yes, the trailer was leveled, and no, we couldn't get the bow out. That trailer is solidly unlevel!
Next: Roof and Tyvek!