The last few days since Matt and I returned from working in NorCal and Indio, we've been heads down measuring, cutting, problem solving and building, to get Tez finished by mid-April in time for my birthday. Scroll to see more photos of our progress! We're lucky to have space to set up a workshop with all our tools: miter saw, circular saw, jigsaw, angle grinder and welding gear. We've made good progress over the last few days. We built a shelf with USB plugs up front above the front seats, re-bolted the kitchen area seat, adding a pine wood finish to match the rest of our renovation, and started framing the bed in the back. Since Tez has weird curves and not everything is square we've enjoyed a heavy dose of problem-solving along the way. Next up: we're hoping to get word about when our new water tank might be delivered, mount our flexible solar panels, and hear back about a possible very awesome multi-purpose bed solution. I'm still anxious about how long the build is taking (at first this was going to be just some small cosmetic updates, which turned into basically redoing everything), but I know that each day we work as hard as we are brings us closer to having an amazing finished product we'll be psyched to live in.