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This was a looong time in the making - so thanks for all the thumbs up, comments and Subscribes, it's really helped this video explode 😀 I'll have to make some more now!
I have a long term dream of rebuilding my grandfather's house- it's very similar to yours but in Portugal! Looking forward to seeing your project completed! I hope to start mine in the next few years!
very bad quality work
@Eastern Brown 1
you may like his videos.. enjoyed yours ..the detailed work. thumbs up impressive to see.. In 1968, Charles Bello and his wife, Vanna Rae, moved onto 240 acres of redwood forest looking to live a simpler life off the land. They had spent their savings to purchase the land so they got to work building their home themselves. Their first structure was a panelized A-frame that they erected in 5 days (with help from a couple family members). The total cost was $2,800. The property is a half-hour drive down a dirt road and it was bare land when they arrived so Charles and Vanna Rae built their own infrastructure: roads, bridges and went decades without refrigeration nor phone (they eventually installed PV panels and cabling for phone lines). After 15 years in the A-frame, they built a cabin in the woods, and there they lived for a decade until the trees began to block out their views. In 1991 Charles (who once apprenticed under famed architect Richard Neutra) designed the Parabolic Glass House. With a curvilinear wood roof and two curved walls of windows, the home feels enveloped in trees. Charles and Vanna Rae built it for $8,500 with the timber they milled themselves, using salvaged materials for everything from doorknobs to stoves. The couple relied on photovoltaics, solar thermal and gas for power, and a dug-in greenhouse attached to the home provided much of their food. By canning and preserving, they could go for months without going to a grocery store. Their two boys were homeschooled. The couple supported themselves selling Christmas trees. Nearly all the old-growth trees on the property were logged in the early 20th century, but Charles has spent the past half-century restoring the land. He and his wife set up the Redwood Forest Institute in 1997 to manage and preserve the forest. He has carefully selected 1,000 trees to be preserved for 2 millennia as the next generation of old-growth. Now, 88 years old and a widower, Charles is determined to find successors; he hopes to find "three professional couples in their early 40's, financially independent, who want to settle on the property continuing 52 years stewardship of this special place in a sustainable lifestyle where one does for himself or herself rather than urban living". He is currently building "glamping" guest houses that he hopes will help fund the enterprise. An update from Charles: https://savetrees.org/i_need_your_hel... On *faircompanies: https://faircompanies.com/videos/50-y...
This is one of the most impressive things I’ve ever seen. You and your father should be incredibly proud. This was a pleasure to watch.
Most impressive to know they copied most the wood off the work of the original builder that made this house 300 years ago. Whats most impressive is humans have done far more longer ago and this just bearly scratches the surface. I could never do this tho and ur beyond talented with this work
@Sam Kaeppel let people leave compliments?
@Sam Kaeppel are you silly
you keep calling my phone please stop
Dam Are you 11?
Amazing job !
they didn't restore, THEY BUILT NEW!!! DOG!
Respect! Coming from Germany I know good craftsmanship for roofing and this topped everything I've seen before. You can see your love to detail and taking on each challenge with your own pace vs. having a contractor shooting cheap nails and staples. Will pay off for sure. This roof will last a century or more. I now live in USA and cringe every time I see them build houses in the cheapest possible way in 4-6 months, turnkey ready, then ask a fortune for it. Thanks for uploading and producing this video. This will keep the old methods alive.
Preserving culture is something we can be proud of 👏🇩🇪
this is incredible. the filming, commentary, editing etc. wow! i’m so impressed. also, i love the 100% good boy part of the dog!
this was in my recommended for weeks before I finally watched it, and I'm glad I did, just amazing, what stands out the most to me is the little details like sanding all the corners, a lot of time consuming work, and you guys had power tools, makes you appreciate even more what carpenters 300yrs ago did when building these homes, again, just an amazing job
This was one of the most captivating projects I have seen on YouTube, your father most be so proud of you, I can't imagine the time it actually took to complete and also the editing of the film footage. Well done guys and it was a pleasure to watch. ;)
Well done YouTube for finally recommending something good! As an engineer myself with 30 years in my chosen trade (taught by my Dad), this video really warmed my heart, made me smile & almost made me cry when the old Makita wasn't enough for the ancient oak... Great job, brilliant video, looking forward to more 👏👏👏
Imagine the time it took to build this barn 300 years ago by hand and ingenuity. 👏 so amazing. Great job staying active and not letting your disease take your spirit!
Right? Probably a much larger crew for one thing, and they probably built a crane. But yeah, all hand tools, a lot of chisel work!
This was phenomenal. My deepest respect to you and your father, and the friends who helped. The video was so beautifully made! I loved all the little unexpected bits! The craftsmanship makes me proud to be English. I've been watching so many restoration shows out of the UK and learnt so much: The skills and crafts I didn't even know existed a few years ago, and ... how do I explain this? I live in the US and see houses go up in a matter of months. They're sold for millions and they are soulless and gutless and mostly ostentatious. When I see the love and the hours, the detail and the deep caring that goes into a build like THIS ONE, it makes me cry. Seriously. To know that there are places on this earth and people who WILL take the time and make the effort, out of love and respect for the old traditions and for the integrity of the build... because we know these things will last and be even more beautiful as time passes... I can die happy, knowing this. You can be deeply proud of the work you do. Blessings! Apropos the A.S., wishing you Healing.
Watching this makes me appreciate even more how the original carpenters 300 years ago were skilled. No electric power tools just steel saws and lots of muscle. I bet they had one person just to keep the blades and chisels sharp enough to cut as the steel would not have been as strong as it is these days. Remarkable.
@Kyle Anuar We likely didn't lose much of any of those recipes. Blacksmiths passed things down, and sometimes shared between them. It's just these are forged alloys, not cast. Modern metallurgy _can_ surpass the old metals - they just don't, because it's not cost effective.
You'd be surprised at how good the steel was in the tools. It depended on the blacksmith's skill. The original beams were probably cut with adzes from the trees. The roof rails look to be more contemporary with the concrete tiles, same with the nails. They were still pretty raw, possibly cut by saw pit rather than a mill. I'd suspect that the reason for the concrete fiber sheets was that the original tiles had had enough problems (losses) that the wood was already rotting. Some were likely salvaged for the rest of the structure, and then covered with the 'latest technology' that they could get that looked similar.
There's a tradeoff between hardness and softness. Harder steel means it dulls more slowly but it also means it takes more time and effort to sharpen. They tend to use slightly softer steel these days. But we have electric grindstones and don't have to work a grindstone with footpedals or by trying to turn on/off a connection to a waterwheel, so it's easier for us these days to sharpen.
@Lars Hansen its good vibes here get out
Actually we've lost the 'recipes' for metallurgy of old, their steels are amazingly stronger with a mix of 7 to 20+ types of metal including meteorites.
Enjoyed every minute! What any amazing set of memories to have recoded with your Dad.. Well done, beautiful work…
I don't know what your professional experience has been, but I'm incredibly impressed with your work and your knowledge of old building methods to rebuild and restore your barn. It was during the prep, before tile began that I was blown away most. "How does he know this?" I'm asking myself. You're a historian and builder. Wow.
Carl - this is amazing. Not just the skills in the restoration of a beautiful building (which are incredible) but the film-craft is outstanding. I couldn't look away when I was watching this. This is better television what we've ever had before. 2022's video entertainment at its best.
Much respect from USA - seriously amazing craftsmanship, you guys did a great job with restoring the barn. I love seeing old carpentry methods still being used in modern times, looks incredible man.
Fantastic! Thanks for taking the time to put this together: another time consuming and careful project. Kudos to all of you.
This was Brilliant, Exciting & Excellent to watch. I’m so filled with Joy knowing that there’s young people like YOU that are learning from a Master, your Dad. My husband is a retired master builder, creator, jack of all trades. I’ve helped him on many jobs & thoroughly enjoyed experiencing the beginning to end. Thank You for Sharing your Journeys w/your Dad. I’m sure he’s Very Proud of You. YOU give me Hope for the Future knowing that they’re people like You. Blessings
Absolutely amazing, as a carpenter and joiner myself I fully appreciate all the hard work and effort you have put into this project. It looks incredible.
This is one of the best videos in a renovation endeavor I have ever seen. The two gentlemen, and some help, are some of the best out there, using old techniques and reclaming material and following old and new techniques with the best equipment they are able to get today. My hat of to them.
After trying to watch some junk on Netflix I somehow found this on my phone and watched an amazing well produced movie about a father and son repairing a 300 year old garage. So worth my time and not one foul word or fake drama. Thank you both for sharing with us.
don't leave out the props to the hot chick that was helping
This was incredible & fascinating. I can imagine it’s a lot of extra work to film alongside the actual renovation project, but I’m glad you did!
Two great jobs here: #1, the restoration work on the barn, and #2, the very enjoyable video. Thanks for all the effort that you all put into them!
awesome job, well done, I'm a ex-roofer, 15 years ago, never seen such an amazing job with a munk and nun roof done. And the woodwork, also was a pleasure to see you guys working with really professional and lovely tools like the chainsaw for angle cuts and the scarfing cut joints of the oak. Great work, a satisfaction to watch such things here. The best is the leather tool bag! Thanks for sharing this with us. Now I want to go back to the roof and do some tiles again:-D makes me smile
Totally amazing. Loved every minute. Looking forward to seeing the rest of your projects.
The precision on this build is actually mind boggling.. no mastic infills, no foam sprayed to cover holes (just to secure tiles).. just amazing craftmanship which gets things to the mm. As an architect I am beyond impressed with how much attention and time would have been taken to design this to that kind of preciseness. Watching the jigs that you used to level the concrete to get the rafters bang on is incredible.. Well done guys.
@Jay Taylor it is impressive when most architects since the 90s use digital programs to do everything for them lol
@Jay Taylor Also what school of architecture teaches the word "preciseness", I mean really 🙄
There is no way you're a professional architect if you think any of the processes in this video are "incredible". These are all pretty basic construction techniques, albeit impressively executed by a small 2-man team. I suggest you get out on site more.
Enjoyed watching this incredible video of restoration and seeing a strong bond between father and son (it's a rarity in these harsh times). I also wonder, how much time the original maker spend to create such marvelous structure, especially with those old-day manual tools.
Absolutely amazing to watch. Thank you so much for the extra work that went into filming this. The knowledge and craftmanship just a joy to behold.
This was such an incredible video. Awesome filming, awesome carpentry. Most importantly you figured out ways you could do it with what you had. Not everyone can get a zoom boom or a crane. Just incredible man
It’s rare that I’ll watch something of this length in its entirety, especially if I don’t know the channel or the content. But this was engaging, start to finish! I really enjoyed following your journey, in a way that I’m unlikely to ever emulate myself, but I never felt patronised like you do on some DIY channels, only that I was leaning something (ie. kerfing). Great work. ☺️
@Mace Meeker hallelujah!
@Benjy Spg🎤 lmfao that music is totally shite stay out of the comment section
@Mace Meeker yea
@The_Dirtbike_Lover 1 eyy another adhd'er i feel the same way
Agreed bud! I couldn't take my eyes away!
Wow, just incredible the hard work you put into this. Glad I stayed the course to watch all the way through! Takes me back to working with my father when I was a young boy and the skills I learned from him, not that I am using them these days as I moved to live in Thailand! I am however restoring wooden garden furniture made here with the various local wood found here! Full credit to you and your building skills, it was a real pleasure time out for me to watch and the location in France, which incidentally I traveled and lived in the countryside as I move around! Love it and the quality tools you use! I subscribed about half way through!
i can imagine the first owners of the barn being happy that their barn has finally been restored, good work!
I absolutely must stop 60 min in to express my true admiration for your work!!! The wife and I have had an immensely stressful circumstance levied on us involving water damages and have been having things fixed for that time (still not finished). It is absolutely incredible what you have done!
This is pretty amazing! The combination of skilled craftsmanship, your video-creating and cutting skills and the sheer beauty of materials and the nature have convinced me in watching the whole video at once. little jealous, but when I am able to, one day, I will rebuild an old farm in germany too. Greetings!
The skill set needed for this build is absolutely incredible.
@Rasco total war you realize there is no such thing as typical wood working skills unless you are a wood worker, right? They did stone work, concrete work, wood work, tile work. The list of skills used here was pretty broad for just two guys and some helpers.
Once far more commen. My grandfather was a highly skilled copersmith, I can do a BIT of soldering and bending, and that's IT. The demand is largely gone and so to the support of the skills; trade schools, apprenticeships, guilds.
@Rasco total war I couldn't have said it better!
I am not sure on skill set as most of it looked like typical wood working skills (which is unfortunately going out of fashion) but dedication and commitment definitely.
I was fascinated by your building skills. Never knew how a tile roof was built. You work together like a finely tuned machine. Enjoyed it all.
Great video, carpentry, and masonry work… my grandfather was a ship’s carpenter from 🇬🇧… Nice see some off what I saw him do being kept alive… Beautiful work guys and great video edit/narration… BTW, the 2mm offset finally help me understand how to tighten up the wood only joints… thanks!
I just finished watching your video ! Wow - I love any type of woodworking tool and learning how to use them. What you and your father did was mesmerizing to watch! Y'all's knowledge of the old school ways were amazing to witness! thank you so much for sharing!
What a privilege to watch you and Dad share that experience. Bless you moving forward, a pleasure to witness the love you put into that project mate.
I now know, and respect the work that goes into these roofs, and completely understand why they are so expensive. Fascinating, beautiful job.👍
I love your videos, I love watching refurbishment of an old house to perfection, it's continuous fun to watch, useful to watch, and I love the filming that makes the recipients. watch continuously I love to enjoy watching till the end with your talent and your parents are perfect and lovely team for the whole family. How enviable it is no wonder why you are so good and doing great work because your father is a good and perfect teacher. You and your family are very talented.
Amazing work and incredible quality. Just watching this video, I learned a lot from the techniques presented. The capture of images was also impeccable. Congratulations to all the team involved. It was a great class for me. Success to all. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🇧🇷
This is a beautiful video depicting splendid restoration. I loved every minute of it. Thank you ever so much for filming this and sharing it. Happy New Year!
As French, I recognize directly that you are restoring a house in the same region where I just have finished my own restoration after 40 years. The work you have done is not only huge but professional. The tools that you are using are impressive, far away from what I have seen by the local professional. Being myself very conservative about restoration of ancient house, I was helped by a magazine “Maisons paysannes de France” which guided me in certain works linked to old technics and tools. In fact, based on my reading and with the help of an old carpenter, to finish the curve of a beam or other pieces of wood, I didn’t used a sander but with we call that in french “une herminette” the result is not so smooth but more ancient. The technic that you are using to put your tiles is unknown for me, maybe is linked to the local way. In Dordogne, for a roof of a barn, separated by 20 to 24”, 6 to 8” oak square rafters are used. To support the tiles, we nail pine or chestnut planks.So, from bellow, we don’t see the tiles. I don’t known if you are aware that the region is infected by termites. To protect each piece of wood which is in contact with a wall or the ground, I drill a few holes and inject xylofene on a length of 20”. I have used my best english to congratulate you and admire the work you have done. Your talent (and your money) will save a beautiful 300 years old farm. Be aware that you’re the money that you are investing in this project will be commented (not always positively) by your french neighbors. Enjoy the view on the Pyrenees and le foie gras du Gers.
I thought I knew the road down the hill so I checked it out, turns out it was right! This barn is just up the church of Cazaux Villecomtal, Gers
@Félix Pérez Villega non mais là ça se voit très bien que c'est le sud du gers
@Félix Pérez Villega Je sais. Mais avec ce video il etaient deux possibiltees. Amérique ou France.
@Vincent Forrest Ce dont il parle, ce sont les choses qui se passaient dans le monde pendant que la construction résistait à l'épreuve du temps. Désolé, ceci est une traduction google
@duudsuufd Votre déduction est erronée. Les Pyrénées sont visibles depuis deux pays, trois si vous me permettez de compter Andorre comme pays. Désolé, ceci est une traduction google
Love watching these things, keeping it kinda original with the amazing wood work skills
This is amazing my dude! I had no idea how long this video was... lost track of time. Y'all are good. I was engrossed in the dilegance of your work.
I’ve seen incredible work as I’m a carpenters daughter but you guys are absolutely amazing! Loved watching your video!
Absolutely breathtaking. Really sad I found this too late to order the coasters. You and your family are phenomenal!!
I feel like the people from 300 years ago are smiling down at the restoration you all did. Truly incredible.
Amazing work, and they've done all of this in 1,5 hours, truly amazing craftsmanship!!
Absolutely mesmerizing!!! What hard-working, talented folks you are!! Can't wait to watch the rest of your videos :) Oh and that tool belt!! *placing order tonight* :D
Well worth my time. Amazing work. This is the first video that I've ever shared with my 62 year old father--a jack of all trades type guy. Thank you for creating this masterpiece.
Such an awesome project you completed! The fact that these structures last 300 years or more says something about the methods. Just looking up at that roof from bellow will bring memories for years. I would love to build a shop or shed using this type of construction just for the love of craftsmanship and the old methods using timbers off the property. Job well done!
After the watching the first minute, I knew I was going to watch it all. I love the production quality, the pacing, the narration, the jokes, the doggo. I love how you respectfully restored an old barn (just think of the history) while incorporating modern tools to keep it sane. It’s so satisfying to watch you carve the big pieces of green oak. Super romantic setting. One of those videos that has me thinking: what am I doing with my life that is truly making me happy? Thanks for the inspiration!
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Well said,@vwsyncro. The last line you said rand true with exactly what I thought whilst I watched this also. The beam drop/explosion had me rolling 🤣. First vlog of yours I have seen but not the last. This deserves a subscription, and I'm going to check on some coasters next. Such a good vlog.
♥🥰 sounds is top xxlovezzz.Uno good but the sounds and quality definitely are top notch. Haven’t had tingles like this in a whiles 👍🏽.
Magnificent. I actually finished the whole thing without a skip even for the ads! Thanks for such a great quality content!
Pure craftsmanship! Congratulations to your and your dad. The end result was beautiful and will last at least another 300 years. The continuity in the film-making was also awesome.
Absolutely amazing and so enjoyable! So many “professionals “, could learn so much from you! I see so many of those professionals do half ass work or skimp on things and taking no pride or care in their work. 😊 from North Carolina USA.
This was my first time watching. I can’t tell you adequately how impressed I am with your building techniques you possess and with your heavenly patience. Your reverence for the exactness you apply your skills to achieve this this traditional roof structure. I don’t live in Europe, however I can now appreciate why the buildings and structures look and last the way they do. I truly enjoyed this project and look forward to seeing your next one.
Dan McBride...you made my day with your words.
Your vocab is flamboyant
I enjoyed this very much! I’ve always enjoyed watching skilled people do their thing, no matter what it is. The tools are so awesome.
That was truly impressive. Great traditional and patient carpentry skills. You should be very proud
It's for things like this, as to why I'm glad YouTube exists... Kudos on a fantastic restoration.
I love the different colored tiles, it gives the roof a lot of character!
Young man, just watching 30 minutes of this video, I am very impressed with the carpentry skills you have. Being in the US and done farm house/barn work when I was younger, I appreciate the folks that passed the knowledge of 'old school' and timely craftmanship to me. Please pass on what you have. Peace and be careful and safe; most of all stay healthy with your illness.
Amazing level of craftsmanship! This barn will easily see anoth 300 years, well done!
that was absolutely amazing!! enjoyed every minute watching!
Well done, absolutely awesome - you’re living the dream!
Ya'll got some cool tools I've never seen before. If I had these tools when I lived out in the wood's life would've been a lot easier when doing some of my projects with my dad and friends.
Living in Canada I’d assume a roof like this nearly unheard of…I’ve never seen one built like this….incredible craftsmanship…I’m beyond impressed…congrats and look forward to the next project!
This is old southern European construction. You see such kind of roofs everywhere in Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, and so on.
Bc They are hispanic constructions that is why you have never seen them
Yeah in Australia we'd just make it out of zincalume steel and spray it with terracotta coloured paint.
What an amazing job! The workmanship is impressive and the techniques are admirable. The attention and application of the small details is incredible. That 2mm offset that you used for wet oak is awesome. As for the "not bad for a 60 year old", that is an understatement. Your Dad kicks ass! I am going in my 60th this year and I am not matching his accomplishments. Final note: great job on video it was a pleasure to watch. All the best from the "States".
Incredible, keep going like that appreciated every single minutes of the video !
When I saw the length of this video I thought I'd be jumping ahead every few minutes but I watched the entire thing in one sitting...very engrossing and impressive 👍
I can't imagine the sense of satisfaction this job must have given you all.
I’m sitting here mesmerized, admiring your Woodworking skill, but also how well produced the video is! Thoroughly enjoyable thank you!
Repent to Jesus Christ! “When they saw the star, they were overjoyed. On coming to the house, they saw the child with his mother Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasures and presented him with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.” Matthew 2:10-11 NIV
Watching this incredible video of a huge and demanding piece of work, done jointly by father and son, has been a 121-minute long pleaure - far better than any movie in cinema. Thank you so very much 🙂.
Watching this, I am almost embarrassed by some of the construction that goes in here in the states. Seeing a father teach his trade to his son is awesome, anyway! Kudos to you guys!
I really love watching a true Craftsman at work, love everything you have done...stay true
oh my gosh!!! its so great to witness true craftsman in an age where everything is built to only last 30 years (at least in America). Thanks for the inspiring video.
That looked incredible when is was finished....true craftsmen. It was also filmed and edited really well. Absolute respect to both of ya.
Bloody brilliant. Would love to know what the labour and material costs of this would have been for a client!
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