Since the largest wildfire in Texas history, an affected Bastrop County couple has worked to harvest, transport, mill, and are currently rebuilding their home from the timber on their Lost Pines property. With a creative and pioneering spirit to construct their home from the scorched trees, they are personally rebuilding from the ashes. Blessed by the relationship with a local sawmill, they are maximizing the wood resources in as many ways possible for construction and finishes.
Boy howdy. One ladder rung at a time, one board at a time...and we are oh so close to wrapping up this roof business! In the next couple of weeks, we will have a seasoned contractor who will assist us in cutting and laying the metal down.
The roof framing has been an intense process for a couple of newbs like us...We have had to rely on the kindness of our friends, and we are so appreciative of each and everyone who has helped along the way.
had beautiful weather this weekend...on Saturday our friends helped us
knock out the roof framing by finishing up with the last of the purlins...and on Sunday we hung the floor joists for
the loft. Hooray for a productive weekend!
Here's a view of the inside from each of the four corners....