Perfect combination of good weather and days off and a minimum of other have-to-do's makes for some good progress. You can kinda see why the big beams went the way they did. The heavy timbers are where the wrap around deck is. You have to have a minimum 1" step down from inside to outside. The interior framing is 2" higher than the exterior since the decking is 1" thick.
The part with the funny angles is where the bay window will be. It's cantilevered out like the deck. It's about 6' off the ground already, and there's two stories to go---this is going to be a tall and skinny house!
I'm learning to really like the I-joists. They are perfectly staight and very stiff and light. The hangars go in pretty quick then you cut the joists to size and they just snap in. I made the mistake of pre-staging some hangars upside down over some already installed joists. The vibrations from pounding made them settle down and clip themselves in. They don't come off easy...Oh well, lessons learned. The part that isn't done yet is where I have to do the rough-in plumbing. I'll hang a few of the joists so I can hang the drainpipes from them but still move around without having to crawl underneath a completed floor---one of the advantages of doing everything myself is planning steps out like that.
The floor frame is very sturdy, even before the subflooring is down.