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Building a livable home before winter

 
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wondering how your winter housing turned out
 
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It's been a while but here's an update. We decided to stay in a camper. It was offered to us by an awesome neighbor or and we decided to make it work. We've been building all winter and have made quite a bit of progress. We are actually living full time in a 10x20 section of the main level now. The driveway we cleared has been usable but we know it needs to be a priority as soon as the thaw happens. Then on to chickens and rabbits. Heres some pictures of what we've done so far.
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Ron Kelley wrote:It's been a while but here's an update. We decided to stay in a camper. It was offered to us by an awesome neighbor or and we decided to make it work. We've been building all winter and have made quite a bit of progress. We are actually living full time in a 10x20 section of the main level now. The driveway we cleared has been usable but we know it needs to be a priority as soon as the thaw happens. Then on to chickens and rabbits. Heres some pictures of what we've done so far.



That looks amazing!! Keep us posted if you can.
 
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What will you use on the roof?
 
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John C Daley wrote:What will you use on the roof?



John, we will be installing a ridge pole (Douglas fir log) and rough cut 2x10 sheathed with 5/8" CDX plywood ice and water shield and finally metal roofing.
 
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So how is the job going now, another year down the road?
 
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