Question about the "add one horizontal log to berm/hugelkultur scaffolding"
How do we keep the wet wood from cracking while drying?
So, there's no way to prevent it?
Mike Jay wrote:Yes, you can get certified for things you did in the past as long as the documentation was done.
Mike Jay wrote:If there's ever the need for another Sand level BB for this badge (or fodder for a list where you need to do 2 of the 8 listed), how about a saddle joint raised bed like Nicole did in step 2 of this post
paul wheaton wrote:Maybe for the right kind of joint, the sand badge could have a list of "low grade garden log joinery". So this thing could be on the same list as the scaffolding. Can you spell out some more details for me and we can go from there? I do think that the final bed needs to be at least two feet tall, four feet wide and 8 feet long. I suppose each side would need at least three logs?
Nicole Alderman wrote:Do the logs need to be 8 feet and 4 feet, or the interior of the bed be that size. I just measured mine, and the logs are 8 and 4 feet, but the interior of the bed is not.
Mike Jay wrote:How about the sand badge looking something like this?
It's just like a fortune cookie, but instead of a cookie, it's pie. And we'll call it ... tiny ad:
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