Hick is still working on the Master Bathroom of Pony House. You may recall that it was down to bare bones. Barer bones! Even the floor joists had to be replaced.
Anyhoo... Hick lowered the ceiling of the Master Bathroom from 9' 4" to 8'. As he says, there's no reason to pay to heat that extra foot of air.
Hick sure likes to show off his wood, heh, heh! Here's a view of the Master Bathroom, taken from the Master Bedroom. You can see the framing for the ceiling. And the new wall that will divide the bedroom from the bathroom. Hick has extended the bedroom about 4 feet, rather than having a giant bathroom.
Here's a view from farther back in the Master Bedroom. You can see where the original bedroom ended, and where Hick put in more floor. The bathroom area was originally several inches lower than the bedroom floor.
The coiled wire corner is where the shower will be. Hick took out the base he had sitting there for measuring purposes. The sink will be in the middle space of the wall, where that board is on the floor. The door from bedroom to bathroom is on the left.
Hick also lowered the ceiling of the bedroom addition. He is leaving the original bedroom ceiling at 9' 4", because the drywall is good. It only needs paint. No need to go to the expense and effort to lower that ceiling. This lowered section will get drywall to match up. It will just have a ceiling that's a foot lower on that end by the bathroom. No big deal. Hick is re-building a safe, livable house. Not the Taj Mahal.
Hick has actually gotten a lot of work done, without much to show for it but new wood.