using timber and stone from our farm,
and living off the grid.
posted by Thomas Massie at Monday, September 05, 2011
I am really glad to see you working on your house again. Funny how things like a job get in the way of the things we love to do :). Good luck and looking forward to seeing your progress. Wade
Everything's lookin' good, Thomas! Little by little, your house is starting to look like some awesome castle. How's the construction going? I hope you could share more updates soon!
Any update? Im interested on the result.
OK Thomas, enough is enough. How many times have you had to reapply housewrap???Amazingly, I only had to reapply once. Plastic cap nails make all the difference.
Looks good! Getting too cold to lay stone. I hope you got a lot done.
Hello, I found your blog after being tipped off from someone at the forestyforum website. Your house is awesome! It's unbelievable how much you and your family have done on your own. I haven't read all your blog yet but it's fascinating reading. :) Can't wait to read more updates. We just finished our off-grid log home in Southern Oregon about 1 year ago. If you want to see it, we have a website: www.docbryner.com/mossy_hollowMarcus
Wow Marcus. What you have done is impressive. I will place a link from my site to yours as soon as I log back on for the next update. Bigshow... We have hired a crew to put synthetic stucco on the house... The weather is challenging them to say the least, but it is looking great.My new job has been challenging, but rewarding. There may be another challenge just around the corner. More on that soon.
Your house is awesome! It's unbelievable how much you and your family have done on your own. i am also sop shocked how you maintain this i am so impressed here.Thanks for sharing with us..Stair Chair Lift
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