We still have the treated and kiln dried lumber to pick up at GNH Lumber, because I don’t trust rough cut lumber for the superstructure which holds the roof up. Rough cut lumber is not as strong as the kiln dried and will crack or break easier, especially at knots in rafters under heavy snow load. It is for that reason and the need of treated posts that we will buy from GNH instead of supporting the family sawmill. If the phone rings…we will be off to the sawmill. If not, we’ll wait until Josh gets here and we’ll install battens on the bunny brothel to close up the cracks which allow air conditioned air to escape in the summer and frigid winds to enter in the winter. No matter what, we are working toward completion…and this year, we seem to be right on schedule.
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