Earlier this year, Dewey Livingston invited me to write about Inverness’s early shingle houses and the people who built them. It was a welcome, if surprising, invitation. I have no architectural training, and though my wife, Sarah, and I have been visiting Sarah’s uncle, Steve Aikenhead, in West Marin for 30 years, we only last year purchased a . . .

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