|moving a house|
|ready to lift|
The tractor then hoists each frame upright and it is temporarily secured in position with numerous cross braces. Sounds easy, but with each part weighing a good eight hundred kilos, it is no mean feat to get each one in exactly the right position, ready to receive the rest of the precut timbers to complete the framework. A centimeter out of place and the whole building will be compromised, there isn’t much room for error.
|keeping the posts in position|
|adding temporary support|
|a little mechanical help|
With the timbers it looks a bit top heavy, but I imagine that it will evolve into something rather stunning. I’m part tempted to copy. I won’t, but will certainly develop some of the ideas, isn’t that partly why I’m here? To learn, discover and improve on the ideas that I already have, before I start on my own.
|all up and secure|
|nestling into the landscape|