Hi LHBA People,
Ive been thinking, If I square up the first layer of logs, wouldnt that make hanging the floor much easier?? Any reason not to do this??
thanks in advance.
Originally Posted by Dan from CO
Well, I just took the Feb. 20, 21 2016 class and I was wondering about Co members too! I live in the Springs ,OOPS Colorado Springs. I have land in Costilla County( Poor mans Archuleta County ) I work 6 days a week usually so I don't get down there that much. But I hope to retire in 5 years if I'm still alive. HAHA! Archuleta County rocks. I've hunted there in the past.
Originally Posted by Steve
Welcome to the new forums... how about posting a note in this thread so we can get to know each other?
For those who don't know me, I'm instructor Steve with the Association.
I attended the Feb. 20,21 2016 class. I was sick . Anyone else from Co that would like to correspond etc. Or anyone else for that matter. Maybe ask or answer questions.
We have been working on site prep prior to starting the log work. Today we got the call that the well is finished. Along with the Septic that was installed in August, we can now call Duke power to bring in temporary electric to the site so that we can setup our RV as temp housing while we build. Maybe we can purchase some logs this winter and start peeling while we pour
I'm going to Colorado to look at land this winter and would like to see finished or projects being worked on. I'm visiting pagosa springs /western slope . Also how do I get ahold of someone who hasn't logged in in awhile? Can we email each other?
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