|Project by janice||posted 10-05-2009 03:35 AM||2604 views||1 time favorited||16 comments|
Dare to post this because it’s not really woodworking. But then again, look at all those stilts, floor joist and braces. My husband did all that. This is wood and this was work. Not to mention framing up underneath for concrete. This is actually a picture of my new concrete underneath our roon addition on our cabin that was poured this weekend. Should have taken the picture during the day so you could see the river right in front of us. My husand and friends did a great job! But see, one project leads to another. I need or maybe I should say I want to build me a nice porch swing to hang underneath and I’ve seen some really nice chaise lounge chairs on this site that I want to put under here too. That’s why I’m sharing this with you all. Just letting you know what is to come. I think I’m gonna be busy this winter! Any suggestions for outdoor wood? It will be out of the weather but will deffintely go under water at least once or twice a year when the river comes up in the spring, or anytime it wants to, for that matter. Of course I’ll have everything anchored down so it doesnt float off, but what kind of wood should I use that is here in Missouri? I don’t want to paint it and have to sand it down and repaint every couple of years. I want it to last without having to do all that. And still look pretty. Any suggestions will help.