The cabin at ups and downs

A project in Franklin, GA by William Whitley Abel

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The 150 year old cabin has been home for many people and creatures. Now I want to restore it to its glory with a little free library.
Backers: 70
Average Pledge Per Backer: $131

Funded: $9,142 of $8,532
Dates: Jun 23rd -> Jul 26th (34 days)
Project By: William Whitley Abel
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Latest News

The front porch

July 14th - via:
Finished thanks Beautiful pecan wood from frolona farms Frame for porch No porch  (Read More)

Front porch is on

July 4th - via:
We put in a front porch with the help of the neighborhood,  thanks everyone for coming down and helping out.  Check it out and thanks also to Josh Davis for supplying awesome pecan wood,  there are some deep historical roots there.  Now anyone... (Read More)

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