Log Home Pictures from 1996, Part 2 of 3

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Coming back for another load of concrete to pour into the cores in the foundation concrete blocks.


Wheeling concrete up the ramps to the top of the foundation wall so I can dump the concrete into the cores.


Dumping the concrete into the cores via a wooden funnel while trying to keep my balance 8 feet off the ground.


The big day when the logs were delivered.


When I first saw this log pile, I wondered how in the heck I was ever going to get them up the cliff and on the building. They were a lot bigger and heavier than I had imagined they would be. Scroll this picture to the right to see all the logs.



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