Timber entryway and stonework

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Lite4, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Since I am looking for a job, I have been gathering up some of my past work pics and found these ones. This is one of the entryways I built for a mountain development about 11 years ago. The logs are Tamarack. I spent about 2 weeks with a draw knife and chainsaw getting them stripped and notched for assembly. I gathered all the river rock for the walls down at the nearby creek with a strong back and empty skid steer bucket. That's me setting the stone.




  2. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    The finished entryway. There are a total of 3 large entrys. 2 with this design and one with a different style. I will see if I can find those pics.
    Here a couple of small signs too.




  3. bigviclbi

    bigviclbi LawnSite Senior Member
    from nj
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    Really awesome work on all the pics. I gotta get my a$$ out that way someday out here in Southern NJ we don't even have hills.
  4. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Thanks, Yeah we have some really beautiful country out here. We are very lucky.
  5. LindblomRJ

    LindblomRJ LawnSite Silver Member
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    I miss the mountains.
  6. STL Ponds and Waterfalls

    STL Ponds and Waterfalls LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,174

    Out of the creek....we have to pay $200+ a ton for those babies.
  7. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,187

    I know, we were blessed with some beautiful marbled river rock.
  8. Supertiger

    Supertiger LawnSite Member
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    You wont be out of work long. every picture you posted is some of the best work Ive seen and inspires me to do better work. especially the water features.
  9. JB1

    JB1 LawnSite Fanatic
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  10. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    yeah, I will have to dig them up but most of the log and cedar homes sitting on the 2 acre parcels there are between 350 and 450k. When I was clearing the timber and determining the lot layouts we uncovered some incredible homesites with views that would knock your socks off. The largest lot is 24 acres on it's own little mountain top with 360 degree views. The property is bordered by BLM (Bureau of land managemant) public land on 2 sides. Every day there are huge herds (100-150) elk that wander down onto the meadows of the ranch and inbetween the homes. There are also a ton of Mule and white tail deer, wild turkeys, black bear and mountain lion on the property and adjoining land. It is incredibly beautiful country. You can probably do a web search on it. It is called Crosstimber Ranch, in garden valley, Idaho.

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