New day, new window to replace! But, luckily, we do not have to replace the sill plate for this window, which means it will be faster to re-frame! We were able to simply cut the nails/screws/staples holding the framing together so we could add longer base pieces and shorten the top studs to accommodate the lager window. Pro tip: Hacksaws take a looooong time to cut though large staples, I anticipate having well developed sawing muscles by the time this project is done.
Once the re-framing was done, we just stood back and admired the view! This window looks out into a set of ceder trees and will be over the left side of the bed.
Once we were done looking, we got to lifting and taa daa! Second new window is ready to rock and roll. Or, at least open and close. 🙂