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The maximum distance between their centers should be six feet. If it is more, the floorboards may sag. Choose the necessary number of logs, cut them six inches shorter than the width of the house, and with the broadaxe or adze, hew them off on all four sides until they are between four and six inches square. Again, you may choose the thickness you wish, but make sure that all the sleepers are the same thickness after hewing. Otherwise the floor may not sit level. Next set the sleepers on the sills, spacing them the correct distance apart.
5. Sometimes the sill is left completely round. Locust poles with concave ends (as shown in an earlier diagram) support it from the bottom, and the ends of the sleepers are "round notched" to fit over the sill's rounded top surface. 6. Occasionally the ends of the sills are notched on top to hold the first two end logs. The logs shown in Plate 47 have been hewn off square. They also can be rounded, or flat on the top surface, etc. This notch can be executed with handsaw, chisel, and mallet. 7. A quarter-notch is a more elaborate variation, shown in Plates 48 and 49.
PLATE 29 The bolt standing on end between the two arms of the brake, Bill places his froe against the bolt's end and . . PLATE 30 . . strikes it sharply several times with the mallet thus driving the froe's blade into the bolt. 50 THE FOXFIRE BOOK PLATE 31 Now, using the board brake as leverage and a brace, the shingle is pried off. The tendency is for the crack to move steadily toward the top of the bolt (or "run out"), thus making your shingles narrower at one end than at the other. To prevent this, the moment Bill sees the crack running out, he turns the whole bolt over, leaving the froe in place, and continues prying from this position.