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Photos from: Sandy Beach log shelter builder responds to public complaints

Kyle Clayton / Petersburg Pilot

It can take Nauman more than a day to cut grooves in logs with unique contours such as the one pictured. Nauman must scribe the logs, create concave grooves with a chisel and ensure the edges of the two logs are in contact. "I go through with the chainsaw and take the meat out, and then I'll finish it with other tools so that only where the scribe lines are is going to be touching the log below it," Nauman said. "That's the case with all of these." Like Legos, if the space between the logs isn't grooved in properly, the logs wouldn't fit or provide support.

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