excited to anounce the return of master, Kevin Rosselli submits his work with much celebration in the forums!
tradlive: back home and working on projects
Feature: Sim Ayers
One of the greatest minds alive for traditional building techniques, Sim Ayers
Closing Titusville for the winter
After a long week of curing at stable temps in the bubble, we removed the roof scaf and got everything ready for the next phase in the spring: cornice, box gutters, and (new) salvaged slate roof.
The new chimney looks a lot better than it did before and has the right mortar now.
photo of today
and of course… it wouldn’t be a day on r4l without some homophobia…
Shoutout to jesse and his lovely wife 3 chins (dope rapper name)
Photo of today (Orthodoxy)
Almost to the top!
The cold and rain is setting in, but we are prepared. Today the chimney got a full-wrap with plastic to keep it warm while the mortar cures. It needs about 2 weeks under stable temps to fully cure.