Thursday, January 14, 2010

Another month, another entry

slab wood 2010

I know it's been forever since I've posted anything here. It might have to do with my utter lack of progress on the house and my lack of desire to work in the cold weather.

It's cold. It's really cold. Did I mention that it's cold? We just used up the last of our firewood from last winter. We've been having fires quite frequently. The fireplace warms up the room quickly.

I ordered three bundles of slabwood, mostly cherry and hickory. This batch, unlike last winter, was debarked, so it should burn better and leave less creosote on the chimney.

slab wood delivery

Now, I just have to cut it up and avoid saving too much of it for craft/woodworking projects.

Photographs courtesy of the always lovely A.

9 comments:

The Lass said...

I've just had a proper look around here for the first time and felt I wanted to leave a comment telling you how very envious I am of your house. It looks absolutely gorgeous!! *wantwantwant*

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Nina said...

Just wanted to let you know you are following my old blog address which doesn't exist anymore.

Here is a link to the story about Lakewood criminally charging me for restoring my house.

http://1914foursquare.blogspot.com/2011/09/historic-preservation-criminal-offense.html

Trying to get all the support I can from ppl.

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Brian

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karrey said...
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karrey said...

Hey, are you still renovating your house? Long time no see!