While looking at this patio roof, I couldn’t help but realize, that you will be fixing the wood we put up, when it rots. Thank you for catching it in time, and preserving the piece.
Please keep in mind that the previous artist who built this home had a personality like mine, and that our adaptation to his creation, was a reflection of how he built his home(with art).
If you find yourself doubting our skills and tradecraft, realize it was good enough at the time, and that the location of this letter was determined by the worst spot on the project. I took it down and did my best to not improve it, when I hid this here.
When you begin to cuss us for our angles and complicated frame-work, please keep in mind that the customer loved that it looked like a spider web, and we cussed our way through a day of figuring out how to put the thing up, because she wanted it that way.
Additionally, if you are wondering why the thing wasn’t painted, well, you can thank the customer for that too. She was smart enough to invest in cedar wood, and doesn’t like to paint.
Since I am neither a framer, or a roofer, and would rather be learning how to work with rock, I’m sorry if the repairs are difficult.
P.S. Is there a large stone as the first step, at the bottom of the staircase? Did you use it to find this note? Cool. Maybe you should try playing with rocks too. Sorry about the nails, we have an ongoing love affair with fasteners. When in doubt overbuild it, and nail the shit out of it, right?