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I have seen units that have a threaded rod run through the logs from the bottom to the top of the structure. Then, when you get shrinkage, you tighten up the rods. Now THAT is a totally wizard idea! lw
I've seen more shake in Hemlock cut out of a bog than on a hillside. I can believe this! When it blows bad the whole hemlock bog kind of heaves- Mike has seen the tree roots raise up and then set back down as the trees wave around. I guess that'd be 'shake' of one sort, alright! lw
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