Work on Forrest's camper is jumping ahead to prepping and varnishing the tongue-and-groove lumber for the ceiling. The wood is from nearby forests, milled locally. "I wanted something local in the camper," Forrest explained.
(Notice that flatbed trucks come in handy as work surfaces.)
After varnishing, the planks will be set aside until it's time for installation. "The ceiling will be about the last thing to go in," said Lou. That seems odd to me, but they have it all planned out. And it's not like I'm known as some kind of logical process planner.