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The gentlemen building the deck knew exactly what they were doing. I never saw two people work so seamlessly and well together.
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We hired professionals to build the deck. Here the footers have been poured.
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The deck builders.
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Deck.
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Deck in progress.
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If you live in the Culpeper County area of Virginia, I highly recommend this guy.
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Deck.
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Yurt deck.
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Yurt deck in progress.
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Yurt deck frame.
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Yurt deck.
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Yurt deck boards going on.
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Yurt deck floor insulation.
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Yurt deck 95% done.
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Our friend, JB, installed the interior yurt flooring.
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Painting the yurt floor frame red.
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JB getting ready to lay the yurt flooring.
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I chose a bamboo laminate for the interior yurt flooring.
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It looks like bamboo, but it's not. We were concerned about using real bamboo in the yurt because of temperature and humidity fluctuations.
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JB had a decision to make: the instructions for the flooring recommended starting in a corner. Um, what about when you're laying floor for a round yurt?
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The final pieces of the flooring were installed by the builders the next day. Yurt progress!
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The weatherman was predicting 4 beautiful spring days in a row. We were fairly confident we could get the roof up by then.
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I swept the flooring over and over again while JB installed it. Had to clean up after the birds, too. Couldn't wait to get the yurt roof on.
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JB spent several hours trimming the floor and ended up with rug burn on his elbows for his efforts. The trials and tribulations of building a yurt.

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