You might want to think about adding more timbers to bring up the leval a little because of the snow and ice . How deep did you get with the hole ?
The hole can't be too deep! My son-in-law talked a local well-driller into drilling his. First time I went in there I swear I could see daylight at the other end of the hole, and after I sat there a while, I heard someone say, from a long way off, "嘿，誰在我的頭上拉屎嗎？"
I got out of there quick, lemme tell ya!
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copy on the timbers, I dug 4 foot deep and it's sitting on 10"+ of timbers. The bottom of the door is approx an additional 3" above foundation. The timbers are sitting just below grade so I may be able to pull some of the fill from around the base.
Nice Job on the Carpentry,..
gotta love the Butterfly's, and the little ones with big attitudes
If it's a Rec place, don't think you'll need to go to Asia,....
what I did was build the thing on skids,...so I could move it over a new hole if necessary
after years, several full winters, it was never deemed necessary,...tho I didn't have family back then either
I was just down to Bedrock or Hard Gravel anyway at maybe 5ft (is that what you hit there ?)
Looks good to me,....so much fun out there, eh?
Ten Hours in that little raft off the AK peninsula, blowin' NW 60, in November.... "the Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue," and Yes, God is Good !
Was the trail groomed all the way? How did the sled work on a not so groomed trail? Love the concept.
I have ten miles of fairly straight hard packed trail so I have yet to pull thru powder. I hear they do well in deeper snow. I can say that on hard packed trail the 20' joists span the moguls making for a fairly smooth pull. Once tied down the loads never moved over ten miles.