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Old 01-17-2019, 08:13 PM
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Moving forward, you can see my enthusiasm as the final load of wood. I was able to finish the frame out (with the cat's supervision) and start planking everything. Once this gets done the final cedar trim will go in to cover seams and gaps, then the black wrought iron hardware will go in!

The end is nigh!" Or... something like that Then I get to start on the shops!a

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Googles -check
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World smallest level-check.

Dave you are smart man to do all the Horse House stuff first,keep Kelly happy, that way you are in no rush to finish a spectacular shop.
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Phenomenal work so far. That attachment would be great but not around middle TN. Limestone everywhere you turn.
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That barn is looking good. Tongue and groove pine bead board costs a fortune around here.

It would also run about $3.00 per square foot labor for install labor on walls.

A buddy of mine just called me Friday wanting 3,000 square feet put on the high ceilings of his house. I wished him luck finding someone to do it.
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Old 01-23-2019, 11:17 AM
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Wow, really? Based on inconsistent thickness, straightness of the boards equivalent to the Baltic Sea, and ease of handling a 12ft board with the firmness of paper, I can't imagine why he can't find anyone! Luckily, i'm stupid enough to tackle it myself!

Moving ahead, I've got about half the barn sheathed (Is that the right word? Or is it shorned? Or is that only related to sheep??? I haven't been right after that board hit me in the head! ) in the planking, and up on the scaffolding I go! The gameplan here is to do all the walls and then work on the ceiling. Alternate stain color on the stalls, walls and ceiling, and cedar beams will compliment each other for that "holy crap, why would anyone do this to barn that will be destroyed with horses? " look!

Every 10ft on the walls where the boards butt up against each other there's a seam which will be covered by a 2x8 piece of cedar to give the illusion when you walk in that the whole interior of the barn is constructed of wood. That will go across the ceiling too where the ceiling fans are mounted. Should hopefully all tie in nicely!

Thanks for the compliments guys! And Billohio, thanks for keeping me in mind at the recent farm market you went to!

More to come next week!

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Looking great!!
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Looking Good! You need a Chicago Beef Sandwich to give you more energy

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Wow, really? Based on inconsistent thickness, straightness of the boards equivalent to the Baltic Sea, and ease of handling a 12ft board with the firmness of paper, I can't imagine why he can't find anyone! Luckily, i'm stupid enough to tackle it myself!

Moving ahead, I've got about half the barn sheathed (Is that the right word? Or is it shorned? Or is that only related to sheep??? I haven't been right after that board hit me in the head! ) in the planking, and up on the scaffolding I go! The gameplan here is to do all the walls and then work on the ceiling. Alternate stain color on the stalls, walls and ceiling, and cedar beams will compliment each other for that "holy crap, why would anyone do this to barn that will be destroyed with horses? " look!

Every 10ft on the walls where the boards butt up against each other there's a seam which will be covered by a 2x8 piece of cedar to give the illusion when you walk in that the whole interior of the barn is constructed of wood. That will go across the ceiling too where the ceiling fans are mounted. Should hopefully all tie in nicely!

Thanks for the compliments guys! And Billohio, thanks for keeping me in mind at the recent farm market you went to!

More to come next week!

Cheers
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