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    Default Some more momspond pics.

    FD2D6E4C-E257-497A-BFB7-423C608BD7E9.jpgEA6CE8C6-84D4-4087-A1D1-06B9C582ED2D.jpgI have started a sand point . Good location for chance for success. 12v lift pump with 40-60 pressure switch. Running water at the faucet. Incinolet incinerator toilet, again wife has disability walking. 25 below or 80 above? Push button, burn waste. Works well, these are used on many crab boats and such. Plan is to run another line upstairs from sand point to a 30 gal plastic water barrel with another pump, will run another line to heat coil in wood stove directly below barrel. Natural convection will circulate the water. Then return line to hot water valve on faucet. I can have a lot of time to think stuff up. Will be great to not have to haul fresh water. We also get water from momspons out front or a creek near by. Then run it through a hand pump water purification pump. No more hauling water!

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    Attachment 96328Attachment 96329Easter Sunday . This our party of Gods country.

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    fyi
    post #1 can see pictures
    post #2 &3 no pictures
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    Quote Originally Posted by Music Man View Post
    fyi
    post #1 can see pictures
    post #2 &3 no pictures
    Same for me.

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    Default Keep trying pics

    FC6A9EE7-A2E2-4B37-B5F8-7540AE68FC25.jpgC9EBCAED-24C9-4C18-BA76-852029BD9CC4.jpgYes I am aware of no pictures. Build a cabin in the woods, no problem. Computers not so much. I will continue to try . Hopefully it might inspire some folks to give it a try. Those of us who have frozen body parts , got stuck, smashed fingers, under estimated both time and cost more than you care to admit, Alaska’s array of bugs, left crital materials or supplies right where you know where there at back home. And even a few more . Realize that these are some of the best most enjoyable times in life that can be had. Here goes

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    C5800B66-7EC2-4F41-A58B-5F13B1D5E0DF.jpgFCA1FEE9-59EE-49F7-9BA1-E658BB00A391.jpgEaster Sunday. Meat rack ( used for 58” Moose and a nice black bear this last fall ) will also serve as front beam of roof for the wood shed. Will also be used to park sno gos that need to get thawed out . Premium Chanel on the tv.

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    Don’t know why that pic won’t load upright. 854A1F8B-F0C5-43F6-BEBC-E3E7E4ECF32F.jpgI started with a generator shed, insulated, barrel stove. To store tools and supplies. Pileings are creosoted cedar power poles buried 4’ back filled with pre mix concrete. On an earlier thread the question was asked about how to stack n store lumber hauled in the winter. After loading lumber on sled strap saw horses on . When at cabin set saw horses off and stack lumber. Will thaw out great as horses tend to self level. And too many saw horses is not a problem.C5240E54-F672-41E9-A56A-D9B22A68DCB9.jpgpicture of sand point and 12v lift pump in kitchen cabinets

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    Interesting stuff. Look forward to more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by momspond View Post
    To support the upper level floor and add structural integrity 6x12 glue lams . This is what I could get. At 8’and 16’ from front. 24’total devide 3. Then 6” logs used between glue lams to devide area into 3 . Then 2x 6 t& g for and floor flooring. I had a 8” side logs done to put at 8’ so as to have a 2” ledger on floor planking edge to screw to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by momspond View Post
    6B02AE3C-F77E-4CE1-8AC6-0C6FDA55BCF2.jpgTo support the upper level floor and add structural integrity 6x12 glue lams . This is what I could get. At 8’and 16’ from front. 24’total devide 3. Then 6” logs used between glue lams to devide area into 3 . Then 2x 6 t& g for and floor flooring. I had a 8” side logs done to put at 8’ so as to have a 2” ledger on floor planking edge to screw to.
    I love the look of the T&G ceiling. Using an 8" log is pretty clever.

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