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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-23-2011, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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My Son's new clubhouse!

Built it myself guys and gals. Been working on it on the weekends for about a month now. Pretty proud of my accomplishment. Going to wait to put a roof on it till next summer. That's right, the clubhouse is built around two trees! Enjoy...
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-23-2011, 12:24 PM
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That thing is SWEET!!
I need one of them forget the kids I want one for me to escape to

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Looks like there is room for mom and dad too
NICE !!
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clubhouse/ mom and dads new deck space !!! pretty sweet!
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Nice, Weekend retreat for mom and dad! Lot of work went into that and it shows. The kids will have a lot of years enjoying/playing on it.
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Looks nice, almost to nice for the kids! By the way if the posts are pressure treated lumber it may be a good idea to at least put some braces in to keep the tops staight. as that stuff dries it will warp...
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I've got some deck boards to replace this year then pressure wash and start staining. I was thinking of a 2 day deck painting party, anyone interested?
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HM when would you have time to have a deck party w/ all the hours you have been working?
I may be able to go out there say during archery season!
no guarantee on how many hours I could work on the deck though

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reason I need party attendees, they could paint while I'm at work. I start the 3 man rotation shift tomorrow night. Should end sometime in early August I hope. Makes for a long haul and lost summer back to back years.
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Looks nice, almost to nice for the kids! By the way if the posts are pressure treated lumber it may be a good idea to at least put some braces in to keep the tops staight. as that stuff dries it will warp...

yeah going to put a roof on it sometime this summer... still considering my options there!

and yes you all are right, my wife and I go up there when our son is playing and sit on it like a deck! haha I didn't really scale out how big I wanted to make it, I just went with it. Bigger than I thought, but I still like it.

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