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    Timber framed structure a tutorial?

    Is anybody interested in making my timber framed shade structure a tutorial. It occurred to me that if I planned it as it as a tutorial, I would take better pictures and keep things in a more logical order.

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    I just keep the camera at the reday and try to remember to take lots of pics. The logical order can be simulated later .
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    You got my Vote! I love Tutorials
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    Well, lots of pictures for sure. I have found that thinking like an instructor is different than thinking like a builder/designer. Thinking like an instructor forces me to question why and focus on how. To articulate a subject is to have thought it out carefully. Also helps to keep from going off topic and rambling too much.

    Let's see how this goes.
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    I also vote for a tutorial too!

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    Add my vote.
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    Tutor away, Carol

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    Add my vote

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    I would LOVE to see a photo shoot like that.

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    as long as there isnt a quiz after wards
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