salvaging old barn more photos

October 4th, 2009 in member junk     
jascan jascan, member
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my son and i are dismantling an old barn with the hopes of recycling as much of the wood as we can. lots of old growth red oak beams!this barn was free.the roof is now off! next the siding then the frame.

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, container, centerpiece, outdoor spaces, frame, old barn wood

Comments (10)

ried writes: If you want to sell that wood I will buy it. let me know. Posted: 3:23 pm on November 24th
shabbychick writes: How cool - looks like lots of great material to work with!

Kathy Posted: 1:18 pm on October 5th
suewhitney writes: Ooooo, now this looks like fun. Keep us posted on your progress. Good luck!!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:46 am on October 5th
RustyDiva writes: Looks like it's in really great shape. I would want a guest house out of it. I'll bet your just drooling over all that awesome lumber! Congrats. Posted: 10:33 am on October 5th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: How nice! I bet that will keep you and your son busy for a while. Congrats!
Candy Posted: 4:57 am on October 5th
jascan writes: i agree with the lake side retreat idea. if i only had a lakeside............ Posted: 4:32 pm on October 4th
AtticusFinch writes: How lucky for you! That would be my idea of a great lake side retreat. Posted: 4:05 pm on October 4th
alicemom writes: Boy Howdy, That is fantastic!
smiles, alice Posted: 3:21 pm on October 4th
LuAnn writes: Can you say "heaven"? That's where I'd be if I was as lucky as you. What a find!!! LuAnn Posted: 2:30 pm on October 4th
oldnews writes: That's awesome! We once got to do that with an old church that was being torn down to make room for condos. We did all of our kitchen cabinets and a breakfast nook out of the lumber. We just used a grinder to bring up the grain and take off the grime and then sealed it. It was really beautiful! Lucky you! Marie Posted: 2:05 pm on October 4th
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