We've been harvesting beatle kill logs from our property over the last couple of years and I plan to take them and make a little 12x15 cabin out of them.
Unfortunately there's not a lot of consistency in the size of the logs - diameter and taper vary a lot from log to log.
With the variance in diameter I figure I can just use the larger logs on the bottom and smaller ones as I go up but how much taper can be dealt with to keep the walls level as they go up?
Or if you end up with a big gap due to too much taper, what's a good way to fill that....shape a piece of log to fit it?
Any input or advice would be greatly appreciated.