In 2017, we sawed some scarlet oak lumber taken from a nearby pipeline project into a shed kit for one of our dear sisters. We stickered and stacked this lumber to air dry for about a year, then selected the lumber to build a 10 x 10 shed with a peaked roof and board / batten siding.
This is how we layed out the floor framing. We cleared the area and set down 4x4s in gravel. Some planing helped level out the floor joists in prep for the deck boards.
Here we are after installing the deck flooring squaring up the wall framing.
After all 4 side walls are up, we set up a cripple stud to hold the ridge board in prep for the roof rafter installation.
Here we are setting the last of the rafters in place and checking they are evenly spaced and securely fastened.
The roof sheathing and underlayment went up quickly with a nail gun.
We came back later in the summer to install the wall sheathing.
We ran 4/4 Scarlet Oak vertically, planing a couple of board edges as necessary to get a tighter fit where needed.
These are mitred about 35 degrees to mate up with the roofline and tighten up the entry way against bugs and critters.
All the walls sheathed, and trimmed, before the battens.
And then we cut and installed battens, and the beauty boards that neaten up the roofline.
The other side looks pretty good too.
We built a set of swing out doors to close up the 6' opening, which should be plenty wide enough to get the tractor and tiller into.
And here's the finished version. Looks pretty swell wtih all the trim in place.