Continuing on the projects theme from yesterday, the gazebo has been started and so far things are going fairly well.
Except that there are quite a few pieces of the wood material that is warped. Not horribly, but enough that making the gazebo square, which it needs to be for the roof, which could prove to be a major challenge.
I guess I shouldn’t have expected anything less. That’s the problem with these prefab kits you buy. Sure, all the pieces are cut to the right size, pre-drilled, and have all the components you’ll need but there is that one factor they just can’t account for – how much the wood will continue to warp once it is packaged.
Working on this kind of project also warps something else…my attitude.
I already have a warped sense of humor, so it doesn’t nothing for that.
Seriously though, warped wood sucks.
Here’s to straight boards, straight cuts, and no knots.