Jan 05 2016
Due to renovating the house I’ve decided to build a storage building for my skins. It’s going to be of a log cabin style, used traditionally over most of Siberia as well as north America. For me the main concern isn’t that bears will break in, but to keep the skins off the ground to avoid moisture.
Three of the posts are live trees we cut off standing. The last one was burnt at the base and dug into the ground this autumn.
Today we cut off the posts at the appropriate height and started removing the bark. My brother Auver was helping me.
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