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    Good description of why it was built this way here...

    https://www.accoya.com/project/moses...s-accoya-wood/
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    Looks like a Pink Floyd album cover. Fits right into this collage.

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    I've seen similar pics in a woodworking book/mag some years back. I think it was in Finland and of course all the below water structure was made from treated wood. Here in Noosa the local Council dug up a road constructed over a hundred odd years before, as the road continually needed fixing. What they found below in the foundations were thousands of Melaleuca tree stems still in sound condition. I guess that is why some idiot planted them in the everglades to prosper and dry the area up. Maybe Lincoln Vail needed less h2o.



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