Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Hansson, Dec 29, 2009.
-22 Celsius here.
Some pictures from my place
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Wow! Stunning photos! I really like the orange sunbeam.
Is that small barn in the second picture sitting crooked or is it the the angle of the photo?
yes it little crooked.I have to fix it this summer. But it`s hard to get started.
This is how it going to be
We got 21" of snow here in SE SD over 12/23 - 12/25. It is costing our city (Population 100,000) over $500,000 for snow removal. On the positive side...it has been above 0 F.
Looks like you live in a really nice place. Looks like it can be just as nice in the green summer months also.
Great pictures! It sorta looks like landscape in Wisconsin.
I am nuts about log buildings...what is the story on it? Did you build It?
No I did not build it. it`s is build in the 1750-1800.
They use it to store grain.
Here are a picture of the door and the lock from the inside.
And a morning picture.The haze have made the trees really cool.
Ok, so we have a picture of two different barns. The first barn picture shows it setting on a low foundation or pillars and it appears to be painted a red color.
The second barn picture indicates a level barn on a stone and post/beam foundation. Correct?
That is a very unusual, but fascinating lock. I could not access the wikipedia link.
What species of trees were the logs?
Where the logs hand hewn?
The corner notches appear to be a "saddle" notch...is that correct?
Does it have the original floor?
The second barn picture is not mine barn.Its how I will make the new foundation.So it become level.
The logs are pine and they are hand hewn.
It have the original floor. very wide boards.
Nice Winter pics.
In the first set, were those taken at noon ?
They was taken in the morning.Sunrise
Great pictures, thanks!
Where's the wood pile?
-28 °C when the picture was taken.
The boiler is making white smoke
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