Updated July 27, 2020
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(Above) Bruce and Nancy’s delightful 300 sq. ft. guest house at Ravenwood Cordwood Community in upstate NY.
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We have a new Cordwood Construction website and Blog/News page. Click on the picture below if you wish, subscribe to the FREE Blog updates.
We redesigned CordwoodConstruction.org to be
- Easier to navigate
- Consolidate the website and the Blog
- Enhance interaction and discussion
- Improve the digital downloads
- Provide free video links
Additional cordwood information and links:
- New Cordwood Flooring “JIgsaw Puzzle” style by Monte Loomis.
Monte Loomis sent the following pictures.
The Cordwood Workshop in Baraga, Michigan was a rousing success! Here are some pictures of Todd Ashley’s masterpiece.
The wetter – the whiter, the better – the brighter.
–5 gallons moistened cellulose
–2.5 gallons masons sand
–2 gallons masonry cement
—2 gallons hydrated lime
1 bale of cellulose + 1 bag of cement + 1 bag of lime + 2.5 gallons masons sand makes 5 batches of mortar = 60 – 75 bottle & log-ends
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Below are links to beautiful cordwood homes, cabins, and cottage posts from Cordwood Construction for your enjoyment.