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Shakes for the pooper roof
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Great pics, Bob! The shakes have all been moved over to the pooper and are actually getting nailed on now.
 
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Here is Paul trying the sawmill.

 
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Here's one of Adrian, Paul W and RJ.
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Before we got the mill going, there was a bit of work to do with electricity.

 
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With awesome work by Tim, Charlie, RJ and Paul Redmond the tack shed is now hippie habitat! It still needs insulation and some other work, though Rebecca Holman said it was comfortable and Mike Oehler slept there last night.

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Jocelyn Campbell wrote:More pics from yesterday.

Going back today with Montana plant books in hand to brush up on my plant i.d. skills.



These lovely blossoms turned into these berries picked by Sonya this morning: june berries/service berries/saskatoons.
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Adrien and his wife Sonya were here
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The wheel bracket for both wheels got bent. We called Norwood and they say we are the first to experience this. They are upgrading their designs and send us out two sets of replacements immediately.

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When the two sets arrived, Tim took one apart and welded to the other. Norwood sent along a couple of hats too. Tim thinks Norwood really stepped up and thinks their stuff is extremely well built. And he likes their hats too.
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