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    Funny, Jake never complained about the ridgepole much. Once he even spent the night up there because he said the ride down on the telehandler forks made him queasy feeling in his guts.




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    It helps to have a ginormous (that's metric for freaking huge) ridge pole! Not much worry about falling off that
    Completed #1 - Sold #1.....#2 about to start
    http://jandjloghome.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    Tpi will grade your logs for a fee
    Yep, the place we got our logs, were actually serviced by TPI so we got ours graded a bit cheaper since they did it before they shipped to us.
    Completed #1 - Sold #1.....#2 about to start
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    It helps to have a ginormous (that's metric for freaking huge) ridge pole! Not much worry about falling off that
    yeah- what he said.

    it's so flat.....call my flat-earther friends- they'll confirm it.
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    You’ll either need them graded or find a place to build where the code doesn’t require it.


    Hint; Not Yavapai County in Arizona.


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    Hello,

    My name is Christopher. 25 years old, and I've been dreaming of building a log home for over 10 years. I live in the Southwest Michigan area. Are there any members from the MI or IN area on the forum?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sticknurdder View Post
    Hello,

    My name is Christopher. 25 years old, and I've been dreaming of building a log home for over 10 years. I live in the Southwest Michigan area. Are there any members from the MI or IN area on the forum?

    Thanks
    We've built a couple in Michigan, both peninsulas
    www.WileyLogHomes.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by sticknurdder View Post
    Hello,

    My name is Christopher. 25 years old, and I've been dreaming of building a log home for over 10 years. I live in the Southwest Michigan area. Are there any members from the MI or IN area on the forum?

    Thanks
    Message me... You may already have it but, I'll send you contact info for an LHBA member in your area that runs a sawmill. I believe there is some Indiana folks around here too.

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    I was wondering about the class. Is it a two day class, or a two year program i'm really interested in building my own cabin and house.

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    It is a 2 day class.
    Completed #1 - Sold #1.....#2 about to start
    http://jandjloghome.blogspot.com/

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