Class of 1966 Bunkhouse
Tucked further back into the forest than the other Bunkhouse, and with rot resistant oak porches on either end, this Class of 1966 Bunkhouse is a quiet, secluded space, and a gateway to the Moosilauke trail system. The interior will feature family-friendly sleeping arrangements. Completion of this bunkhouse will be late Spring 2016.
The group gathers for the first time on the foundation, where some of the timber cutting will happen
Triple gold medal volunteer Dave Goodwin checks his English Tying joint
Porkroll demonstrates how to sharpen a saw while wearing C3P0 costume
Volunteer sights down the length of a beam to check it for bowing
Boring machines still going strong
TimberHomes alumni Helen Doyle comes out of retirement to help run the workshop
Standard issue set of plans administered to each volunteer
Volunteer Scott Lacey stayed on through the Fall to help enclose this '66 Bunkhouse
David and Skip hook a post top with a security line for raising
Recent grad takes a break from his hard work to snap a hunky photo
This is, in fact, the correct length of this post
Pile of braces and other 'small' timbers ready for raising
Thanks to Joe Sacks for sharing these additional awesome photographs.