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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Building / Restoring an Old Cabin

    Very cool, Looks like you had 3 generations wielding a hammer or paint brush. Neat!

  2. #12
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    John Deer Lt160

    Default Re: Building / Restoring an Old Cabin

    Wow I am so glad you kept the stone, that is one amazing build. I love the fireplace too!!!
    www.stormspoons.com my website
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    Is where I also have spoons listed.

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    Spokane, WA
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    Kubota MX5000 4x4

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    Amazing work!
    Kubota MX5000 4x4, Woods LC108 loader w/72" Q/A bucket, Woods BH90-X backhoe w/ hyd. thumb, tooth bar, ANBO GR-M6 grapple, loaded R-4 tires.

    AND A GREAT WIFE!

  4. #14
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    easten Colorado
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    JD 4020

    Default Re: Building / Restoring an Old Cabin

    beautiful,

    what condition was the old cabin in or was the wood all ready gone before you started?

    I have wanted to build a small cabin on the place here (not that fancy but for the kids and grandkids when they come or company)

  5. #15
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    North Bay, Ontario, Canada
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    John Deere 4320 and Kubota BX25

    Default Re: Building / Restoring an Old Cabin

    Guys,
    Thanks for all the nice comments.
    The old cabin was in rough shape, the roof had been leaking for years and alot of the logs (white pine) on the sides had rotted away.

    Building / Restoring an Old Cabin-old-cabin-2-jpg

    Building / Restoring an Old Cabin-tear-down-jpg

    The wood we put on the outside on the new cabin is hemlock taken from my grandfarthers old farm buildings, a bit over a 100 years old.

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  6. #16
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    Ford Jubilee

    Default Re: Building / Restoring an Old Cabin

    That's the coolest cabin I have ever seen. I love the stone foundation and columns. Nice restoration too.

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