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Project by Janice posted 12-13-2009 11:58 PM 2125 views 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Looks like a giant matchbox to me.

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posted 12-24-2009 11:17 PM

wow that’s really close to the river.

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posted 12-25-2009 12:43 AM

Yes it is Jim. Sometimes it has it’s bad points being that close, but we love it. Usually only about once a year the threat of a flood is there. In the past 50 + years it has been in the old cabin over 10 times. But we try to keep things simple so you can just hose it out and start over. I’m sure it sounds crazy, but there are plenty of good years out there before a major flood hits. This year and last year have been a pain though with all the rain we’ve had. But it’s worth it to be that close to get to your boat or to get in the river. I have had many dock parties right there. Back to the concrete. Everyone seems to think concrete makes the post rot faster. I have seen it myself with some of the older cabins too. In fact my dad didnt post his stilts in concrete and they are still standing. So, no they’re not in concrete. They wrapped the post with foam beofre pouring.

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