Halfway through putting up the shingles, I decided it was time to go back to the workshop, where the door parts I had made were still cold. I took them and headed for the opening of the warehouse.
First, I attached one of the hinges to the frame of the opening so that it would open outward. This in itself is nothing, as it is just a simple fastening.
Bring the door in and attach the other end of the hinge. If this were a door for a castle gate or storehouse, the nails would be more elaborate in design, but in this case, they are just long, thin plates.
After attaching the hinge parts to both the frame and the door, I put them together and connected them with pins (though they are a bit thick). The door opened and closed smoothly, although it made a slight creaking sound when I tried to move it.
All that was left was to do this in three more places. The installation proceeded quickly, and the door to the warehouse was installed. The bolts were made of square pieces of lumber, and a wedge-shaped door stopper was made with the rest of the lumber.
Looking at the roof, I found that the shingles were almost done, so I called Krull to tie a mini cart to it.
Krull is happy to play with me! Krull is so happy to be able to play. It's actually my job, but I hope he enjoys it.
I make Krull wait at the entrance of the workshop, and take out the charcoal piled up in the workshop and put it on a mini cart. When he has finished loading the charcoal, he will take it to the warehouse. I was glad to see that Krull was in a good mood.
The floor of the warehouse and the bed of the mini cart are almost at the same height. He unbolts the door, opens it, secures it with the door stopper, and carries it directly into the warehouse from the back of the mini-cart.
After repeating this process two or three times, we had accumulated about half the amount of charcoal in the warehouse. From now on, the charcoal and ironstone should be brought here first. I won't bring in the ironstone today. It will be used tomorrow.
Next, we brought in the dried meat in the same way to the storage area where the charcoal was not put. Although there are four women in the family, a family of five plus a running dragon will consume a certain amount of food, but the stockpile is quite large, so it is helpful to be able to store it separately in the warehouse.
Even if we bring in all the meat, there is still a lot of room in the warehouse. This will allow me to increase the number of jars and increase the amount of salted food for long-term storage.
There is a limit to how much I can store in the house, and I can easily imagine that the rainy season will come and the raw meat will be sore and difficult to dry. It seems important to increase the amount of storage other than drying before that happens, so let's plan for it.
There will still be a lot of space for those, but we can store the wheat we bought and the crops we harvested in the field there.
In other words, the one with the meat is the pantry, and the one with the charcoal is the storehouse. Glancing up at the roof, I saw that it was almost finished. One or two more layers and it would be finished.
I took two pieces of wood that had been cut from the lumber and used a cheat to carve them with a knife. I carved the words "pantry" and "storeroom" in the script of this world, respectively. Nail them on the doors, and you've got a nice atmosphere.
I asked Krull to help me bring in more lumber that was dry and ready to use to the pantry. When I had brought in some more lumber.
"This one's done!
"This one too!
"Here's another one!" Lique and Diana announced that the roof was finished.
"All right! Come on down and be careful!
I called out to them, and they replied.
Krull's hut, the pantry, and the supply room. Krull's hut, the pantry, and the supply room... three facilities added to the house.
It's a pretty impressive house, isn't it?
Deanna said with great emotion.
"Yes, it is. We'll be able to store a lot of food here, and Camilo will have to work hard to get it.
"Don't be too reckless, master.
Eizo can be unforgiving at times.
"Well, I'll be careful. ......
Rike and Saamya made a comment on my words, and we all laughed.