Green Mountain Timber Frames is now of video!
But before I show you the video, let’s take a look at this before and after shot.
You may remember back in 2013 when I wrote a few times about the timber frame we had restored and erected up at Sissy’s Kitchen in Middletown Springs. A gunstock timber frame, it was built over 250 years ago.
For this project, we erected the restored frame with help of the one and only Vermont Jeepgirl (otherwise known as Crane Operator extraordinaire, Sue Miller.) Luckily for us, she made a video recording of the raising day!
Hats off to Sue for capturing our madness!
It was a great crew that worked on this frame. Here we are, standing proud in front of the restored timbers.
This frame – even before it became a new storage barn – saw a lot of good times! For a couple months, the erected frame stood on the beautiful lawn behind Sissy’s Kitchen in Middletown Springs, Vermont.
While we waited for the right buyer, the frame housed many a dinner party and afternoon tea, just around the corner from the workshop of Green Mountain Timber Frames.
I want to send out a huge thank you again to Sissy for letting us have all this fun, right in her yard!
Have more timber frame projects worth capturing on video? Let us know! We would like to hear from you!