Territory Golf Club is a premier public golf course for daily fee play built in . Located in St. Cloud, Territory is a pleasing blend of Scottish links and
Territory is#miles east of St. Cloud -#miles from Hwy , and is one of the better quality golf courses and facilities in the St Cloud area.
I have been reading with great interest.
There are several of the Craigslist discussion forums that I read with great interest; there is often some little bit of information that I find useful even as a professional. Never before have I felt the need to participate in the discussions, I guess for one reason they seem to degrade to petty comments and name calling (sort of like this current discussion). This discussion has finally gotten to me and I just have to comment.
I too have been wondering as “just-a-thought-or-2” asked: Where is BuilderAllen in the latter part of this discussion. Now I have figured it out. He had a valid point but just got tired of trying to explain it. And that is too bad because it was correct on straw bale versus double wall stick built; that information might have actually been useful to some people here. I don’t know why you keep arguing the point when all you have to do to get the correct information is do some simple Google searches. If you do this you will find most experienced people who make the comparisons on their web sites cite the difference for usage in these two types of buildings as slight to nonexistent.
“Again, whether the dimensions are given in board feet or a comparison is made of IDENTICAL lumber dimensions expressed in lineal feet makes ZERO difference.”
This is statement is incorrect. If as you mention later in your post, the board is a 1X12 then yes one linear foot is equal to one board foot. If on the other hand a board is a 2X4, one linear foot is equal to only two thirds of a board foot. I suppose you are somewhat correct in your suggestion about “identical lumber dimensions”. An 8’ 2X4 is eight linear feet of 2X4 and that is equal to five and two thirds board feet so, yes, a person who understands board feet would understand the comparison of linear feet to board feet. The problem I have with this is in your previous post titled “OK, dumbass – here you go” you gave no dimensions for your lumber, only linear foot measurements. Based on that a person cannot assume any relationship between linear feet and board feet; sorry it can’t be don’t that way, it just can’t.