I binged the latest season over the past couple of days.
Read an article about Erin in Southern Living magazine, in which she once again goes on, at length, about how she suffered from anxiety as a child. She also once again plugs her friend Mallorie's business. The magazine devoted some time to the woman who actually originated the "save Laurel" campaign, of which Ben and Erin are one of many involved. I think one of the earlier HT episodes showed us this woman briefly.
Erin's on-screen contribution to each episode seems to be limited to talking heads with Ben and bouncing around the construction area, exclaiming about how excited she is. Or her simplistic "paintings." I know she is talented - love her aesthetic - and works hard, but I'm put off by her nervous mannerisms. A little of her goes a long way. Ben and even the crews are the more natural on-screen presences.
I love Airstreams - my parents had one for a while, until we tried to spend southern summers in it, and decamped to motels with AC - but I wanted less of the Airstream and more about that loft. Will those empty nesters really climb up and down the stairs every day later in their lives, or will this loft really only be a pied-a-terre, or an ABnB property?