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[Cob] Hanging shakes on a garden wallyewberry at wavecable.com yewberry at wavecable.com
Mon Nov 17 14:31:09 PST 2008
"Dulane" wrote: >What do you embed in the top of >your wall to nail the shakes onto? <waves due south to Dulane> Are you already finished? If so, wow, you're quick! It feels like we delivered the urbanite just yesterday. :) This wall (I think it's Ianto's) looks like long shakes laid horizontally and overlapping a bit: http://tinyurl.com/6luxc6 You could probably also use round logs aligned with the wall length-wise. Dead-man them into the wall and this would give you an angled surface on which to nail shakes on both sides. Then they'd need to be capped with something, of course... Brina
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