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Offline danreed76

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Back to work on the frame -- Workshop opportunities
« on: January 01, 2017, 06:25:42 pm »
Seems that things are starting to settle down enough to get back to work on our timber frame for the main part of our house.  This part of the project has been on "pause" more or less for over a year.

I'm considering hosting some weekend (friday/saturday/sunday) workshops over the winter.  These workshops would be free to any that want to join us, folks woud just need to bring their own tools.  Using the weekend format, we'd probably focus on specific building elements on each weekend (posts/beams/rafters/etc).

If folks want to participate, we'll start looking at dates.  For folks that are local to us and just want to come around when it's convenient, drop me a PM.

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