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Good job; nice guest house.
You are too funny!
I’m not fussy but even I wouldn’t stay in a fire pit 😝 Nice build.
Actually, you are funny…
Why do you use a battery saw in a shop
I dig the demo ranch hoodie
Nice build! I built my first woodshed a year ago 9' x 4' x 7' …I got all my materials from the landfill. Someone was throwing away 4" solid oak tounge-groove flooring, which had splintered upon rip up…so I put both sides through the table saw, ripping them to 3.5" ea. The flooring is pallets covered with 3/4" scrap plywood. The roofing is also scrap plywood covered with rubber sheet…from a H.S. basketball court- landfill obtained concrete blocks were set in-ground, and 4x4s of varying lengths were motise/tennoned and fastened together to create 4 usable 8' posts…
I added a 4x2x6' "cactus display" rack that Lowes was tossing…onto the side, and enclosed it with a broken fence panel that I bought from Lowes for $8.
I used birch trees from my property to accent the posts, and used birchbark as trim for the door…which has bear skull, a coyote skull, and old bow saws…
Cool……….I'm not sure what your "tiny home" looks like, but I love the glass (door or wall??). It reminds me of your garage doors on your shop……so beautiful to let the natural light in!
I think you should make both one for drying and the other one dry wood
Love the content you create, but the recording of the voice-over being done outside takes so much away from it. Heaven forbid you have a subwoofer attached to your computer ( as we do), as it scares our dog each time, thinking there's a thunderstorm coming. Everything seems professional, and then the rumble from the wind starts.
Love the project and the demolition ranch hoodie!!
nice that in Texas you dont have to worry about snow load on your roof :0)
"Bend to my will….." I laughed. Clever, very clever.
Did you build the tiny home? It looks really cool, I'd love to see more on that!
Very Beautiful! The huge overhang will help, but I still wouldn't shed the roof towards the house. Admittedly, it's easier to access as installed and even looks better that way, but I can't keep my water management trigger from going crazy 😵😄
April- Love your work and have been following awhile. I would like to make one comment about the placement of your wood rack. Be cautious having it so close to a wood home. Termites here in Texas can be trouble. I'd suggest moving it from so close to the tiny home. Thanks for the video and I love the design!!!
I thought it was very funny
Muy buenos vídeos si puedes subirlos con subtítulos por favor gracias desde argentina
You are correct – that size is fine for a Texas winter, but up here in Wisconsin where it got to -27F last week, that would probably only last a week. it's still a nice wood rack! 😀
I've been looking at different design options for one of these lately and so far, I like yours best. Once winter is over (Northwestern Ontario Canada) and the snow is gone, I think I'll make one similar to yours but a little longer and with a heavy duty roof to withstand snowpack loads.
great video and great choice of wood. Western red cedar…I go through thousands of dollars of it every year.
I think we might do something like this down the line. We do fires in the summer as a gathering on our block (not just us but they happen around the neighborhood) this is a nice way to keep the wood out of the elements.
In last shot while you are standing next to it, what is crooked?
very nice Great Job
Nice Demo Ranch hoodie at the end!
April The Sawl Girl!
Bonjour super vidéo je vais faire le méme merci pour l idée.
I don't get chamfering the base just to have the vertical supports overhang.