Old building style lives on

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Old building style lives on

Traditional timber framing has enthusiastic adherents
Jesse Horton drills holes in a truss under construction at San Juan Timberwrights in Arboles. The truss is fashioned from salvaged wood from the Northeast.
Jesse Horton of San Juan Timberwrights positions a beam into its joint at a house going up on River Road just east of Durango. San Juan Timberwrights specializes in recycling salvaged timber and wood from the Northeast.
Jesse Horton of San Juan Timberwrights positions a truss into place at a house under construction on River Road just east of Durango.
Mike McDowell owner of San Juan Timberwrights stands in his home in Arboles. The home was constructed of salvaged timber.

Old building style lives on

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Jesse Horton drills holes in a truss under construction at San Juan Timberwrights in Arboles. The truss is fashioned from salvaged wood from the Northeast.
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Jesse Horton of San Juan Timberwrights positions a beam into its joint at a house going up on River Road just east of Durango. San Juan Timberwrights specializes in recycling salvaged timber and wood from the Northeast.
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Jesse Horton of San Juan Timberwrights positions a truss into place at a house under construction on River Road just east of Durango.
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Mike McDowell owner of San Juan Timberwrights stands in his home in Arboles. The home was constructed of salvaged timber.
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