I received an email from Robert after I told him the water was still coming in: he visited the studio again after hours to try to track down where the water may be coming from.
He explained some of the things I could do to help prep the area for him to come back and fix the problems, so my daughter Tali and I visited the studio with a couple of wire brushes and compressed air to start cleaning the joints, ready for that “cementitious compound” Andy told us so much about on Day 4 (sorry if that sounds pretentious).
So, while I did what we set out to do, Tali built a habitat for a tiny toad we found outside the fire exit door.
Oh yeah, and we learned that apparently, Studio D mice can chew holes directly through concrete!
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