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  1. Wow, good price basil!

    Wow, good price basil!
  2. I wish ours were as cheap but, a lot of that had...

    I wish ours were as cheap but, a lot of that had to do with logs being mostly 16-22" tops 24-36" butts and around 42' in length ended up being around 9.00 per foot including delivery. A few of the...
  3. Looks like a nice setup and nice table.

    Looks like a nice setup and nice table.
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    I'm interested as well.

    I'm interested as well.
  5. I personally started out with a Lincoln MIG...

    I personally started out with a Lincoln MIG welder and then moved on to a Miller MIG. I think it took me a few days to get decent welds with the Lincoln. I would say that MIG is the easiest to pick...
  6. I think if the price is good, they produce enough...

    I think if the price is good, they produce enough power they would look good on a log home
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    You probably could if it was shredded up after it...

    You probably could if it was shredded up after it had dried.
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    I've also read you can use wood chips in place of...

    I've also read you can use wood chips in place of the straw as well. I might end up going that route if i can find a cheap chipper
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    As long as no moisture gets to it, it should last...

    As long as no moisture gets to it, it should last a long time, at least as long as I plan on living. I plan on isolating all of my plumbing from the straw with framing and drywall over the top of...
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    No you can use the old style wood lath or metal...

    No you can use the old style wood lath or metal lath if it is stiff enough. The straw is actually coated with clay and once dry becomes like a solid. I'm going to use the straw myself because it...
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    https://goo.gl/photos/krjuJiTCbcz8pW7FA Here...

    https://goo.gl/photos/krjuJiTCbcz8pW7FA

    Here are some photos from a natural plaster class I took recently. I think I've convinced myself that it can be done without too much effort. Need to get...
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    I agree with you Rod, should have said nothing...

    I agree with you Rod, should have said nothing wrong if you choose to use drywall for its general availability and ease of finding an installer if need be. I personally want to avoid it if at all...
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    We are still tossing around the idea of using...

    We are still tossing around the idea of using homemade clay/cobb walls. I'm still researching it to see if it will be feasible time and material wise. If not we may end up doing some sort of wood...
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