It was nice to have the children working on a couple different parts of cleaning up the Airstream while I removed the rotted parts of the subfloor. Hope helped with vacuuming out the c-channel along the base of the walls. Emma helped with scraping carpet glue off the subfloor, Jonathan helped with sanding off rust, shoveling out leaves, dirt, and acorns from under the subfloor, and using aircraft remover with Faith on the outside shell.
With all of the interior skins finally removed, we are that much closer to transitioning to the rebuilding process. Faith and Samantha even helped me scrub the outside of the airstream with our carwash mitts and a bucket of soapy water.
We've been able to pull out all the furniture and walls and even though you can't see it in the picture, the carpet is up and the interior skins are starting to come down.
Thank you Twin Oaks Landfill for being gracious with a couple of newbies.
We shared three logo ideas with our friends, family, and followers on Facebook and Instagram and we were greatly encouraged by all the votes and feedback. It seems like each logo had its merit but the flask and globe ended up tying for first place. Good thing there are two sides of an Airstream :)