The log cabin project is nearing the end of this phase. Our Colorado crew returns to their home
day after tomorrow, and the walls are not completed. To some ears this may be music.
In fact, this is a sweet tune to more than a few pair of ears because there are a lot of sore
parts creaking and hobbling around here. Sore shoulders, sore backs, sore hands,
sore knuckles, sore buns...
I hear that logs are not conducive to sitting on while pounding rebar with a 10 pound sledge hammer.
So yeah. Sore buns.
Despite the walls being little more than half built, I am totally impressed with all the hard work
which accomplished this much! The men were just perfecting their method and finding a groove,
when height added a new challenge.
Then things slowed down a bit. Some of this difficulty will be solved with scaffold planking.
Speaking of scaffold planks (since you asked), this new
These pictures are for you Stephen:
Not to worry - the heights will soon be scaled. Cessation is merely temporary until we figure out this
way-awesome mill and an education is procured through experience coupled with more soreness
You have to admit this is pretty impressive though, eh? I think so. My Honey built this Stockade looking fortress!
What a MAN!