We’ve used cordwood construction in several buildings at Dean Family Farm & Art Studios including the workshop, donkey barn, goat barn, and the charming outhouse for The Dean Gallery and our tours. This video shows the process of placing the cordwood infill in the lower section of our goat barn. It was made by my son Tehben, who is now a cinematographer. His current work can be viewed on his website.
Music: Lazy John, from the album “Paul Brown: Red Clay Country”. Used with permission of the artist.
Song: traditional, from Clyde Davenport with an additional verse by Brad Leftwich
Album available from the artist at paulbrown.us.com
We had placed the cordwood in the lower section of the barn and finished cutting the upper frame with the Timber Jig, and it was time to raise it. I designed the barn to incorporate a dovetail, homestead cabin that had been moved to the property before we purchased it.
Tehben put his Canon 5D camera high in the top of a spruce tree and set it to take this time-lapse video. Pay particular attention to the animals in the lower pasture. : )
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