Hey Alex! Wow I was speechless scrolling through. Where did you get the lumber you started with the huge pieces? If its possible could you post a list of the book titles that guided you on this amazing project. Keep up the great work, good luck.
Since this house is a fairly faithful reproduction of houses from 17th and 18th century, I made a pretty descent research work on traditional houses from Quebec. These houses bodied by French colonizers.
I do not think I have enoughexperience to teach timber framing. In fact it's only my first structure. I loved my experience and I'll probably built other structures on my property one day, a small barn or a sugar shack.
I worked on the gable ends last weekend. I will cut the openings only in the spring
Done with the board on the roof!!Amen!! Dormers and windows on the gable walls will be cut next spring only.
The next step is to install a vapor barrier on the boards + insulation (Rigid urethane panels recovered from doors and windows plant)
. I wish I could do last weekend but it snowed in .I will wait until everything dry out, lucky that we have a mild winter this year.
I leave you with a photo of the magnificent structure inside view