Culvert and Wood

Two new items to post from the weekend.

First, the town installed a new culvert at the road. It’s wider so we can get some of the bigger delivery trucks up the drive. We had 2 pallets of fieldstone delivered yesterday to stack around the ends of the culverts (our big July 4th weekend task).

Second, we were able to have some of the trees cleared from the house site rough sawn into boards. We got a nice stack out of it, and I learned how to ‘sticker’ the wood so it would dry evenly. Mostly pine studs for use in building the future barn, but we also have a few hard maple planks we hope to use for our stair treads in the house.

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