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I love this idea, something tottally out of left feild.I would never have thought of using wood in this way. Well done, Im going to try it in a pathway. cheers James
Great stuff, good luck with your pathway. Just watch the spacing of your Joists, you have to place them a bit closer together when laying your boards at 45' as your spacings work out longer
Great to see you joining in the discussions @james64. And thanks for joining Workshop. I'm sure you'll find it a great source of inspiration for your own projects. I look forward to you sharing your projects and plans soon.
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This looks great. Have you managed to sand and stain it yet @woodalwaysworks? I'm keen to see how it comes up.
@Kermit Haven't sanded or stsined yet. will give it a light sand when we finslly get a dry day this spring then i will leave it as the natural finish.
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