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Hey Folks,

I recently commandeered this small cabin in Northwest Washington that I have been sqatting and maintaining for the past few years. I recently undertook a new kitchen project and it is a can of worms but the floor will be replaced soon. My question is...the log cabin is poorly chinked and i am thinking about hitting a boootyton of nails into the logs and cobbing the wall. I have a free huge source of local clay and sand is easy to get. I have built many a cob oven but my experience is limited. Any other advice? I know it will look better than the logs and it will seal at least that part of the house from being drafty. Thanks!

 
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Avoid nails, use traditional methods, and give me a call if you want to discuss it.

Regards,

jay
 
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