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Old 12-04-2011, 04:46 PM   #29
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Roof work

I plan to build an open timberframe AS port for my baby, with a peaked roof and end entrance ladder so that I can get inside the ceiling and work on my roof/vents/etc. I am lucky because I am fairly small and agile. I will just pull ahead as needed to access different areas. I figure that she will need a place to spend the winter anyway so I will make it work for maintenance too.
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Old 12-04-2011, 04:47 PM   #30
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I plan to build an open timberframe AS port for my baby, with a peaked roof and end entrance ladder so that I can get inside the ceiling and work on my roof/vents/etc. I am lucky because I am fairly small and agile. I will just pull ahead as needed to access different areas. I figure that she will need a place to spend the winter anyway so I will make it work for maintenance too.
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Me too but mine is 31 feet long. The first thing I need is a post hole digger for my Tractor. I think I am going to build a pole barn to put it under. I can put my TV and tractor under there and actually have some room in my shop.

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