Originally Posted by stuvecorp
I need another word for those log 'cabin' walls, something better than tight.
Is that a Meadow Valley log house?
I stopped up to Lano the week before to play with a grapple, it would take me some time to get the hang of it. Kurt was out but talked to Joe.
I really enjoy working at the log cabin.... have a little more time to play with the rocks to get them to fit better because I know they will be looked at every day.
The home owner told me when I showed up on Monday that he spent all this damn money on the log cabin and when people come by they always compliment him on the boulder walls first.
They are a perfect fit for the cabin though, I can't wait to start the landscaping and installing the water features on the property.
It is a Meadow Valley log home.
The grapples on the CX160 and DX 180 when I got them took a learning curve of a day or two. The buttons on the Doosan are different than the 160. 160 are top bottom buttons for both sticks and the Doosan is left/right for both sticks. It frustrated me for a day but the left/right configuration is by far more comfortable.
Also I did a handful of 50-130 sq ft boulder walls for frost protection but forgot to take pictures because I was hammering out a couple a day (couple hours each) on different sites around the twin cities area this last week. They can't all be 3000-6000 sq ft but they all pay so no complaining from this end.