Ever wonder what the Interior of Alaska looks like in November?
Well, here you go ... our winter wonderland, with the sun setting at 3:22 on a balmy afternoon. Temperature -35F.
This is what November looks like in Interior Alaska.
And this is what shaking a tree in Interior Alaska looks like in November.
And this is what working inside a not quite insulated Momplex looks like.
Down coats, insulated bibs, snow boots, gloves. This is a warm day.
On a cold day, it looks the same ... just no workers.
We will be blowing in insulation. With the blow in insulation, we get a free rental of the blower, which fluffs the insulation and blows in up a pipe into the attic.
Insert insulation here.
The bags get cut in half.
And stuffed into the opening, half a bag at a time.
Easy? Yes. Fast? No.
One bag down, 74 to go.
This process took much longer than expected, and when finally done, it was well past dark.
Everyone was too tired to celebrate that night, but we all felt a huge burden lifted from our shoulders. Whatever Alaska brings us, we can keep working inside the Momplex for the rest of the winter.
Thanks for seeing us to this huge milestone!
PS - A special thanks to our dear friend who helped us insulate who insists on being anonymous.