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Three Hundred AFrame Cabin photos gallery

 
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I thought yhou might be interested in this photo gallery of A-Frame structures.

https://plus.google.com/photos/105494361754784276175/albums/5867138043191417633?banner=pwa
 
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Thanks Scott, love this one:
 
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That one certainly is appealing but strictly speaking it is not an AFrame as it appears to have approx 4 or 5 ft knee walls on both sides
that somewhat offset the strength and simplicity of a true AFrame. It seems to me that since it has four walls and a roof with
loft, it is really a cabin with a steep roof. Maybe it is just me but when I have verticle walls like that I want to go ahead and make
them 8 ft tall.
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