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! the first wofati - allerton abbey- version 0.7

 
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here's a picture taken at the end of today!
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Wofati Frame
Wofati Frame
 
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Just got to the land this week. Thank you uncle sam for the free time. Anyhow been peeling logs like crazy for this lincoln log house. Progress as of Friday, Oct 4th.

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Wofati 0.7 Beta Side
Wofati 0.7 Beta Side
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Wofati 0.7 Beta Front
Wofati 0.7 Beta Front
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Wofati 0.7 Beta Back
Wofati 0.7 Beta Back
 
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Ah, great pictures. These are the first ones that (to me) show the land as being anything besides flat. I can see some grade here. Has anyone actually measured that or have a good guess as to what the grade is? (edit... just looked closer at the drawings, looks like 3 in 10 rise to run in the drawings... still "looks" less to me in the pics)

I had read that this is quite small. It looks small, but then I have lived in an RV before and think it is big enough. Time will tell how many "indoor" activities are possible under the overhang on the uphill side (I am thinking words like front or back or side don't apply).
 
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Good work...that's one nice looking frame ;o)
 
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Had to go cut some trees, here are the rest showing some of the joinery.
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Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
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Roundwood Timberframe Joinery Closeup
Roundwood Timberframe Joinery Closeup
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Roundwood Timberframe Joinery Closeup 2
Roundwood Timberframe Joinery Closeup 2
 
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More Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
More Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
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More Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
More Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
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More Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
More Roundwood Timberframe Joinery
 
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and more!
and more!
 
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more photos
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that's some joinery work!
that's some joinery work!
 
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more joints
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more joints
more joints
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more joints
more joints
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frame shot
frame shot
 
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Wow.

Just wow.
 
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