Log Home Pictures from 2019, Part 1 of 1

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The major projects planned for this year are to finish installing backer blocking in the TJI joists in the floor, the railings on the back-porch staircase, the railings around the loft edge and hopefully on the inside staircase. Maybe even get a start on the floor insulation and controling the water in the crawlspace.

1/2/19 During a visit with Earl in his home, I snapped this picture of Lake Wenatchee through the window.


1/16/19 The backer blocks for the TJI joist hangers have all been installed, knocking off one of the last remaining items required for final inspection. You can see the two types of backer blocks as the small blocks of plywood sandwiched between the TJI webs and the joist hangers. It is a good feeling closing in on the occupancy permit, however gradually.


2/7/19 A view of the back-porch inside stair rail. Since this rail is attached to a wall, no balusters are needed. The rail as shown is pretty much completed. All that remains is to get stained and for the lower joint to be glued as soon as the weather permits.


2/7/19 Here is a close-up of the two knuckle notches that have been cut into the log wall. They allow space for your knuckles to pass as you slide your hand up or down the rail.


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