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Blog Cabin 2013: Final Stages of Framing

The home gets dried in, rough-ins are installed and windows and doors are set in place.

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Locations of the home’s original load-bearing walls, overhangs and roof lines remain. "Additions" include the second-floor bedroom over the master bedroom, the entryway under the original porch roof, the lifesaving station-style cupola, and the master bathroom on the west side, which offsets the area gained by removal of the south kitchen.

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