With the NOAH under-floor inspection done, Michael finished up the floor and prepared for work on the walls next week. The floor is incredibly solid, and doesn't vibrate a bit. It's made of 5/8" birch plywood screwed & glued to the joists. The panel over the grey water tank will not be glued, so it can be removed for servicing the tank.
We had a bit of a break in major progress over the Christmas break as we decided to seek certification by the National Organization of Alternative Housing (NOAH). This is a new certification for tiny houses, and is quite different from the RVIA codes used for recreational vehicles. Being NOAH certified will allow us to get insurance for our tiny house when we take it on the road. We passed a trailer inspection on December 30, and today passed an inspection of the floor and embedded plumbing. Now Michael will seal up the rest of the floor and begin framing the walls. Woo hoo!