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i have a large std of jack pine-i am thinking of cutting ea log in half and cure for 1 yr-then build a cabin out of theses 1/2 logs-with the flat side to the inside-the logs will avg about 9"-if i put a 4x4 sq log ea 6 ft with screw from the inside support the logs enough to not cause warping-i would use whole logs but wife wants flat logs inside
thanks leroy


I would think a 2x4 would be enough inside. You will have to chink on the exterior.

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