News; Nike Tiempo Legend VII FG - Blue/White/Black Web

Published: Monday 16 October, 2017


Build a log cabin Playhouse for under I noticed that my 3 year old Son always gravitated toward the playhouses whenever we went to a big playground. So, I put Playhouse on my list of things to get for him. Nike Tiempo Legend VII FG - Blue/White/Black Web Yeah well, after shopping around for a while I found that a Playhouse of any decent size was $1200 for a striped down, 4'x 6' box. Then there was the Log Cabin one that I thought was really cool but it was $3700, marked down from $4200 because it was a floor model! Then came my inspiration, my Neighbors put in a Stockade fence this spring and were resting the panels against their garage until they used them. I walked outside, glanced over and thought.





Dang, those look like the side to a log cabin! And so my planning began. DISCLAIMER: This structure will be as durable as you make it. If you do a crappy job and it falls down on your kids head it's not my fault. My Son has been using this playhouse almost every day, even when it's raining. When I pick him up from daycare all he wants to do is go into his playhouse, He has even eaten his dinner in there more than once. On several occasions I have had to carry him inside screaming in order to put him to bed. Build note: 1. My Son for some reason has been leaving the front door open and he runs into the playhouse and bounces off the back wall. As a precaution I decieded to pre drill and screw the slats on the back wall to the stringers. He didn't knock any slats off but I figured just in case. 2. My dog has been digging on the side of the playhouse and sniffing through the floor of the playhouse. Nike Tiempo Legend VII I looked under and didn't see any animals I would suggest that you apply some metal mesh around the foundation prior to putting on the walls. 3 Year Update I noticed that it's been 3 years since I created this playhouse so I decided to take a picture of it in it's current state. It's had a lot of snow on the roof over these 3 years and a lot of abuse from my now 6 year old Son and my 2 year old daughter. Picture 2 shows it's current state taken exactly 3 years from the original. I think I need to stain the floor again, but the rest held up well.

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