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3.75″ thick, 500-600 pounds.

Constructed and installed by Andrew Judd (Judd’s Woodshop) and his assistants, Paul Esser and Kim Barham.  blacksmithing by Mike Edlinger (Creative Ironworks).

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Please forgive my caulking job.  The log home builders said it is better to be over caulked rather than under!IMG_0870 20151026_092557 20151023_093222

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Last window in, 31′ reach, outside finished (except for some window trim)
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If you’d like to attend the July 10-12, 2015 CoCoCo/15 Conference in Plattsburgh and West Chazy, New York, go to: http://cordwoodmasonry.com/event/continental-cordwood-conference-2015/ to register!

At the conference you will learn new building techniques, mortar and insulation developments, code issues, history and What’s Happening around the World.

A paper regarding our construction will be published in their paper … and will be posted on this site after the conference.

My understanding is that the locale is fabulous!  We attended the 2005 CoCoCo in Merrill, Wisconsin, which was very beneficial.  Tours of existing cordwood buildings are part of the Conference!

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Initial Fish Scale trim idea changed (happily) to cedar shakes to trim the north window.  Eventually, this process will be used to complete the southern noncordwood peak.

 

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