I am starting a new project this summer: a half-face shelter. They were usually the first dwelling erected when setting up a semi-permanent camp when traveling west. I am using white cedar logs for mine, locally harvested. There are a total of 30, some for the walls, some for the roof. Friend Gene Shadley came over to help. I will let these logs season for a while before I put up the shelter, about 8 by 10 feet in diameter.
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