When we woke up to perfectly blue skies and sunshine, we decided to work on the greenhouse. We finished the cement block walls the other day in a driving rainstorm, so we were happy to see that the rain didn't disturb the last tier of blocks that went in while it was pouring. We put lag bolts in at intervals around the perimeter so that we could put a sill plate on top.
Ron drilled holes in the 2x6 treated boards that we used for sill plate, and I tightened all the bolts while he got each new plate piece ready.
Next step: squaring the metal for the beginning of the greenhouse onto the sill plate. Fortunately, the foundation was level all the way around, so we didn't need to make any adjustments to that.
Ron left to tend his mowing, and I used the tractor and shovel and rake to fill around the foundation so that the greenhouse will start at ground level. I still need to bring gravel all around the perimeter, but the foundation is done. Now the fun begins as we put together the Chinese puzzle that will become the greenhouse.