What I'm really doing is waiting for insulation. I'm getting foam insulation which will take two to three days to spray, so it took a little coordinating between me, the shop next door, and the foam guys. They should be here tomorrow.
In the meantime I'm hunting down the next round of supplies I need. You know, lights, kilns, wheels... The response I'm getting locally for lessons has been huge, so while we were waiting for the insulation, I had the guys move ahead with the basement renovation. The kiln room and closet are framed, and everything is wired. Next week we'll repair the old floor and do a little drywall.
So... I've fired up my old eBay sniper and have started the next round of salvage hunting. I'm trying really hard to avoid buying new equipment, for obvious financial reasons, but I have to tell you that I'm *really* enjoying the challenge of finding what I need used, for both uniqueness and quality. (Check out the French door panel in the upper picture). At some point I'll have to give in and get some new things, but until then the truck, my tape measure, and my Internet auction skills are in action.