By A.J. Hamler
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The roof angle is easy; it’s just a butt joint that’s 90 degrees, no special cutting. As you can see in the Pattern on PAGE 62, however, the upper angles on the sides form 128-degree angles, while the lower ones where the house rests on the floor form 97-degree angles. To achieve these, tilt your saw blade to 52 degrees for the upper angle, and 83 degrees for the lower one. It might be helpful to copy and print out the Pattern, and use it to check your angles as shown in PHOTO 2. Transfer the Pattern to workpieces large enough for the house front and back.
Mix up a small amount of epoxy glue and spread it on the top of the screw shaft and under the head (PHOTO 3). Insert the screw the rest of the way into the counterbored hole and allow the epoxy to cure according to package directions. Glue the shelf support onto the underside of the shelf and clamp in place, as in PHOTO 4. Note that this will cover the counterbore and screw head. Once the glue dries, drive a couple of 1½" brads or 4d nails down through the top of the shelf to reinforce the glue joint, as in PHOTO 5.
All that’s left now is to take the feeder outside, drive it into the ground in a spot away from any landscaping you want the deer to avoid, and fill it up. ). You can find feed formulated for deer at any outdoor or feed/supply store, plus goat feed and other farm mixes work well, as does plain corn. To make your new café complete, add a salt lick to further entice the deer. PHOTO 3 Exterior-grade screws are essential for outdoor projects. These coated screws will last for years. PHOTO 4 Use spray paint in a well-ventilated area; outdoors is always best.