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    Re: Where my 1894c hangs out!

    Bored? Not likely. I'm still marvelling at how you got those doors to do double-duty, it seems (from here) like you two have thought of about everything. I'm a big fan of purpose-built stuff, and you seem to have an awful lot of it, so good for you!

    Maybe when you get it all done, you can shoot a video tour of the house and property, and post it on YouTube, so we can all wander through it with you! As for how to do that, don't ask me, I haven't a clue.
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    Great job so far. I keep my cyphering wrote on floors, walls, scrap wood and all kind of stuff. Whatever works, works

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    Finally!!! This weekend the flooring came (D grade pine 1X6 tongue and groove) and it was top grade stuff! We put it down Thursday evening thru Sunday noon! Whole place looks bigger with the lighter floors (and at wife's suggestion think we'll leave it natural other than polyurethane finish). Really please with the way it turned out! First pic is at the back door at base of stairs -- kitchen area to be to the right!
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    Second pic shows the floor in the upstairs room -- geez I am a sucker for varying patterns in wood (even if its just pine flooring)!
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    Final pic is showing the closet door we built finally hung in its place!
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    PapaJohn, we only do tours of the place in person, so guess you need to plan a trip to TX! See ya! John
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    Looking really good!
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    Wow, that is very nice!!!

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    Great place!! Looks like a fine getaway cabin to me..
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    Actually, this will be our full time home in the very near future! More pics to follow tomorrow -- thanks for looking folks! John
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    Quote Originally Posted by papajohnabi


    Hope this attempt at photobucket works -- all new to me!

    This is a cabin in the TX hill country that my wife and I have built -- no contractors, just a couple of senior citizens! Enjoy! John
    I am a fan of this style of building. I especially like the roofline, I call it a double shed roof. I built a cabin near Fairbanks AK back about 10 years ago with the same roofline and lived there for over 3 years. Here is a picture of it before it was finished, in October of my first winter living in it.. I also like board and batten like you have done such a good job on!
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    Eaglesnest, that is one fine looking building.
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    Re: Where my 1894c hangs out!

    Quote Originally Posted by MudMan
    Eaglesnest, that is one fine looking building.
    Thanks MudMan.. , that was such a cozy place when it was 40 below out with the little woodstove crackling in the corner.
    Here is a link to what I have been building the past couple years. I have it enclosed now and can warm it up with a fire in the stove. I don't get to work on it as much as I would like because it is a 4 hour ferry ride away. It is a timber frame and I made the 8x8' timbers myself from trees I fell to put in the drive. I used a chainsaw mill and it was very labor intensive!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/se_alas...7622824007421/
    1895 45-70 GS, 1894 45 Colt
    Super Blackhawk 44 Mag. Henry 22LR Frontier
    Rossi M-92 454 Casull


    "When I hold you in my arms
    and I feel my finger on your trigger
    I know nobody can do me no harm"..

    JM, RIP..


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