Since it's on the east and gets more shade, the weatherproofing is in OK shape; I'm not even going to replace the caulk, as it honestly seems fine for now. I've learned from experience in one respect, though: I'm going to paint the frame before putting the window it. Granted, that was the plan with the other one before I got panicky about the coming storm (which naturally failed to materialize), but this time I mean it. So tomorrow I'll paint, then install the window.
Also on tomorrow's agenda is to finish prepping the bathtub wall and get the faucet reinstalled. That's probably enough for one day.
On the front windows: I just went ahead and ordered some special-sized 30"x54" windows. What the heck, it's just money. What decided me was the sudden realization that I would not only have to build a new center post, but also add four inches of sill. That seemed kinda stupid. And worth a hundred bucks to avoid. And as long as I was special ordering, I went ahead and got a little grill put into the windows. They'll be in front, so that'll look pretty slick, I think.
Then paint the rest of the trim (window frames and door frames) and the carriage house will look utterly charming.
Anyway, that was today. Till tomorrow!