Build Bridges or Walkways
- Rot resistant species would be ideal, but we used ('green') hemlock
2"x10" planks at 8' or 10' lengths because it was locally
- Treating them with a preservative, once cured, will
- Cleat the bottoms together, thereby, making a bridge.
- Carry to
the wetland and lay the ends halfway across the timber assemblies.
- Mitre or square off successive bridge ends and fit together.