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The magic mountain builds. My architectural skills need some working on however. And the missus has some wonderful king size stuff for bowling. 

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13 minutes ago, Mr. Ed said:

The magic mountain builds. My architectural skills need some working on however. And the missus has some wonderful king size stuff for bowling. 

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Nice job you are doing there Mr ed 👍

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On to cladding today for a change and pushing the limits of my Christmas-cracker grade mill. I hope the knottage isn’t going to cause problems with its final function - it’s certainly made it harder to mill. 
Oh and merry Christmas all. 

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Cladding continues. The house is going to look like a ghost ship until it weathers. 

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Don’t know about the mill’s limits but I do know that this tree was at my limit - and nearly a bit beyond! 
 

 

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17 minutes ago, Mr. Ed said:

Don’t know about the mill’s limits but I do know that this tree was at my limit - and nearly a bit beyond! 
 

 

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Nice log arch 👍

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A bit more wind needed in that front right tyre would be my recommendation
Might make the steering a little lighter, and save a costly replacement

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Good effort by both Fred and yourself to get it in place, enjoy the cutting.

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