Monthly Archives: September 2013
From rusty to trusty. Old scaffold end pieces were loaned without cross bars so we had to make ’em with conduit. It will prove well worth the $24 plus sweat equity. Advertisements
Roof-skylight-hatch-frames in the making. I will be able to sit in the loft and simultaneously pick pears if I so choose!
Wood is a spring waiting to be sprung. I ripped a board and within minutes it curled up. Just as nature intended and just as I didn’t want.
One wall almost done. Those triangular pieces are menacing. The long walls will go up much faster.
Cedar sandwiches for everyone!
New tool. Free. With a cord for hanging on the ladder. This is very necessary when installing and pounding cedar as it dents sooo easily. And now I see why clear white mallets exist — the black one works but … Continue reading
“You’re doing (((what)))?” I’m building a sustainable mortgage-free tiny house!