thank you Ed i find building birdhouses to be very relaxing and certainly not as physical as building a real home .which i have done many. as far as the arbor you saw ,there are actually 2 of them .both the same size but different patterns
here is a birdhouse i am building now. it is about halfway. :sold:
The obelisk is built at a 22.5 degrees angle. i think
The red roofing is just regular 32" steel that they use on barns. i have found a place that sells it fairly cheap and it comes in a lot of bright colours.
I plan on building more with some new colours soon. Thanks again john
Hi everyone , here is a cottage i did a while back. i had help from my kids and nephews. it is located in muskoka on a 5 acre Island at the tip of 12 mile bay. it is just over 5,000 sq ft. the entire cottage is built on solid bedrock. :sold:
Here is another extreme birdhouse almost complete. this is made from 120 yr old reclaimed barn wood.
It is 5 1/2 ft wide and 4 1/2 ft high.
the roof will be done in steel with 20 wood dormers. there will also be railings on all 3 roofs and 2 balcony's :sold:
hi again everyone
here is my newest extreme birdhouse.it is also made from 60 yr old reclaimed barn wood. this one is just over 4 ft wide. this is my first back split.
someone asked me to make a copy of her dads cottage but in log version so here it is.
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