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Photo of the Day
Welcome home—it’s Friday! When the front entry looks this inviting, the host provides a little sitting area, so that one can admire and prepare themselves to enter the home.
In honor of Labor Day, a project that took an incredible amount of labor from some equally incredible laborers! We salute you!
And now the details: A spiral stair case whose central support is a 24-ft.-long, 3,700 lb Western Red Cedar log which is 36″ diameter at the base and 24″ diameter at the top (almost 24’ above the floor shown below).”
On schedule, over budget, and expectations exceeded. We’ll settle for 2 out of 3 (our new shop went from 2D to 3D this week)
You won’t find a better Project Steward than CTW’s own Derek Calhoun @mttrekker This week he and Project Manager Craig Kitson as well as the whole fantastic team steward-ed raising the frame of our new shop in Ashe County, NC
Gather. Cook. Laugh. Sip. Talk. Rinse and repeat.
Ships knees, used in both shipbuilding and timber framing, are nature’s brackets. This one is in Maine’s Maritime Museum, and is of course upside down.
Welcome home to a new timber frame look.