Well after i placed the last coat of paint on the doors and let them dry i felt i needed a change of pace. so once the cabinet doors went on, which was another great lesson on how to build cabinets for the first time. i made my door still too big by about a half and inch to an inch. they are tight to open but i think they look great.
while at big box store getting some alum edging for the exposed plywood on the lower wall. the plan is to attach after i laid a mongo bead of roof caulk to seal them.
well while there i got the idea to build a grey water tank out of 3" pvc. well long story short is i now plumbed the sink with a three cell black ABS. ran the line up to the sink. i did not plastic weld the pipe from teh sink to the drain line so that it can be removed easy i do no forsee it leaking of course i could be wrong. two of the cells at capped with clean outs and the third has a why off of it to drain half the water. i calculated it can hold about 4 gallons of grey water from the sink. its held in place for the moment with flexiable metal strap and i would like to find a more sturdy option. will have to see how it holds up one of these days.