Right. Try 36-48 hours.
This is Griffin demonstrating his expertise with a socket wrench he successfully lifted from the toolbox. In this particular picture, he is diligently trying to unscrew a bolt holding the ladder together.
Eventually, the roof has to go on the upstairs cabin. Here you can see Jeff perched 8-feet up in the air precariously balanced on the window ledge. Looks a little dangerous, no?
What you don't see is his Dad on the inside of the cabin
belaying holding Jeff to the side of the playset by his climbing harness and ropes the pocket of his khakis. Uh Larry, it's not that I don't trust the tensile strength of the common khaki, but how about at least using TWO hands to hold my babies' Daddy in place?
Only the tunnel, three swings, a lookout post, and a climbing wall to go. That shouldn't take long, right?