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Long time lurker here, 4 years at least, and I have decided to fulfill my New Year’s resolution to join this site on day 1 this year rather than…well, you know, like the last 4 years.  My initial goal is to figure out how to post pictures and such, and then try to keep a steady stream of updates on the happenings hereabouts.   Thanks to Paul and all of the volunteers for hosting such a great site – I have learned so much over the years, and yet am just scratching the surface.  Hopefully I can contribute something of interest to the community.

 
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Hi Artie! Welcome to permies! We're glad you've come out to join us!
 
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Here is one of the first building attempts using materials scrounged from the property to keep some firewood dry.  Cedar posts at the corners, ash poles used for rafters, old barnwood used for stringers, and some old rusty roofing.  Oh, and got the nails from the old barnwood - pulled and straightened.  I know, not much to look at, but sure was fun putting it together, and serves its purpose well.
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Here is a look at the underside.
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