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    Quote Originally Posted by rreidnauer View Post
    Another Steve W . . . . I'm going to need to be specific from here on out
    What's the latest from the "old" (no offense) Steve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donjuedo View Post
    What's the latest from the "old" (no offense) Steve?
    Living in the Philippines, busy raising my 6 year old.

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    LHBA Member rreidnauer's Avatar
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    I think Peter (donjuedo) means the other, other Steve.

    He's closed in and got his Blaze King stove installed and running. Septic is in and connected. He's currently working on making a temporary living space inside. (he desperately wants out of living in the motor home any longer) Outside scaffolding is all taken down, and the crane truck has been cut up and hauled away for scrap. All joists are in, and first and second floors decked (third still needs to be decked) The DWV plumbing portion is done. All that is left is interior chinking, frame up interior walls, supply plumbing, and electrial. He'll probably get his CO in 2018.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Living in the Philippines, busy raising my 6 year old.
    Yeah, you're not old enough to be the old Steve, Steve. The genuine old Steve is more like Rod's age.





    I'm wondering why there are so many Steves on a log home builder's web site. You'd thing there would be a bunch of loghousenuts and fewer Steves.






    Yeah, I know.... don't say it out loud... there are already too many loghousenuts.
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    LHBA Member rreidnauer's Avatar
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    I only feel as old as the old Steve is old.

    And I agree, there are enough LHN's on this forum for four forums.

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    We're everywhere.
    And it sounds like "Old" definitely won't distinguish one from the other.

    -Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Living in the Philippines, busy raising my 6 year old.
    :-D

    He sure looks young in your avatar.

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    Currently have a family Log Cabin, it was a kit where the logs are tongue and groove interlocking. I'm interested in building a retirement Cabin that's better built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowman269 View Post
    Currently have a family Log Cabin, it was a kit where the logs are tongue and groove interlocking. I'm interested in building a retirement Cabin that's better built.
    You've found the right place to learn the difference between great and subpar building design. Become a member by taking the class, you won't regret it... will be echoed.

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    Echo. But I'm curious snowman- how did you know that a cabin could be better built- is the kit starting to show some decay?

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