It's clear, but in in the low forties with a brisk wind. It made our teeth chatter. The sun stayed out until about 10:00, then it hid like a coward the rest of the day.
We both wanted to see what the facade will look like, but no matter how much we measured, our numbers didn't translate. The "measure twice, cut once" rule just was not working.
It took hours to realize that the carport actually SWAYED in the wind, taking the facade with it - making measuring...well...tricky.
We had to figure out how to stabilize the facade to the carport, without swaying in the wide with it.
"We're all out of our brain food: Cheerios and almonds," I called out from the kitchen.
"I think we're going to need more powerful brain food," my honey said sadly.
"Wal-Mart has donuts on sale," I suggested as I stepped outside.