Started by Migraine Craftsman, March 06, 2019, 08:55:40 PM
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Quote from: NathanS on March 18, 2019, 10:18:10 AMVery cool.It is great to show balancing the cost/practicality of roads, septic, sitework, with having a view. We ran into that problem too many times to count.Do you have a buyer already lined up for this house too, or will you list it when it's complete?
Quote from: Don_P on March 18, 2019, 02:27:53 PMSmart man, I should be so wise... and that's all I'm sayin I'm working on harvesting timber and sawing framing, sheathing and siding for a friend's house that burned, same footprint. Over the past few weekends we felled and digested one nice white pine for board and batten siding, it yielded 60 1x12's and well more than that many 1x6's for paneling, it'll only take one more whopper to side it at that rate.One suggestion since you are putting this much effort into your posts. A website is not expensive and then you are hosting and in control of the photos, etc. I've got a couple of small ones, after the initial setup the bill comes to around $20/yr. P-bucket and for that matter all the free hosting... well, think about it, does that sound like a sustainable business model, that stuff is going to disappear again one day.
Quote from: Mike 870 on April 05, 2019, 12:09:00 PMDefinitely jealous of that Kubota. I am saving up for a small mini x. I'm leaning towards a Kubota U25. Decent size and power for a homeowner and I can also trailer it with my half ton pickup.
Quote from: Mike 870 on May 19, 2019, 11:23:25 AMNice one man, I enjoyed it.
Quote from: Mike 870 on May 20, 2019, 08:34:16 AMThanks, just got back yesterday, editing 2 videos this week about building then installing base cabinets and doing some more wiring and other odds and ends.
Quote from: cbc58 on May 27, 2019, 06:42:56 AMGreat videos. Thanks for posting these along with pricing. Very helpful. Mike870 - thank you also for your vids - very helpful.