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need referral to log cabin hom eowner and to Catskill NY - Sulivan County - log cabin builder anybody know a good builder who has built a log cabin in sullivan county? I live in Bethel, NY. also would like to spk w folks who own a log cabin in Sullivan countyt and see what their experience has been like
Hello all,

Just wanted to say hello, and maybe by joining, can meet some new people and learn as time goes along. I'm not a log home expert and probably never will be, but have learned to appreciate them very much in our project and especially the people that built them way back when. We started preserving one of our old old family "homeplace/farm" log homes. Too much to tell, and still work in progress. I've captured its history and evolution at our family farm website on "Circa 1770 Log Home" link at www.thebaldwinplace.com. This is just an informational site, so don't worry.... Not trying to sell anything.
Randy D.
I've just used up 1/2 of a day reading about your old homeplace. Can't wait for updates. thanks for sharing the link. Jackie
Hello Jackie,

You mean to tell me that you went through all that. Man, that takes a while, because I just keep adding to it as we go. This log home project is slow going, and it's cutting into all my other piddling stuff. Anyway, thanks for looking. I hope it was somewhat enjoyable.

Hello Randy,

Love what you have done to preserve the History of this log home- You have done a great job!

Enjoy the benefits of living @ a slower pace & the relaxation that only a true log home can bring- Jim & I pray that you have a very Merry Christmas 2010 & a Happy New Year!

Sincerely, Jim & Dianne Williams, Mobile, AL

Thank you all.

Randy D.

Hello Everyone!!! We have just purchased a log home on 9 beautiful acres in NEOhio. My husband is originally from TN so this was the next best thing to being home as we could find and still be close to my family. Our home is a 2 bdrm/2ba ranch-style (1400 sq ft) post and beam log home on beautifully landscaped and wooded land. We have a two sided open stone fireplace in the open floor plan main living area. The dining area looks out on the wooded back yard with deck, hot tub, fireplace, fish pond, grape arbor and wonderful sunsets over the gentle rolling hills. This is truly our dream home and we feel so blessed to be the caretakers of such a peaceful and serene place! We look forward to being part of the Log Home Neighorhood!!
Rick and Sheri Armes
Hello Sheri & Rick, I just joined also and I am spreading the word about my company. If you are looking for any log furniture for your new home we have a sale right now at our site. This log furniture is made in Northern Michigan by Amish craftsmen, we give a 25 year warranty, free shipping, this furniture comes fully finished at no extra cost, we deliver and set it up for you at no extra cost. when you are ready to buy your next piece check us out at www.knottybutniceamishlogfurniture.com . We give volume discounts, thanks, Bradley

Best Wishes on your new adventure! You will find that decorating a log home takes a little bit more thought than a house, but the results is astounding & reaxing!

Jim & I wish you & yours a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Sincerely,

Jim & Dian Wiliams, Mobile, AL ( Chunchula, AL)

Hi everybody
I'm Al
A chippie in NZ and finally found my idea of a dream home, I have only ever wanted to build once for myself and wanted it to be the right one. I cannot believe it has taken me 30 yrs to figure out that Log is what I want. I guess it comes as no surprise when you learn that Log is considered an alternative style of building in NZ (only been around for about 1000yrs). Then I worked on one for a friend. I was immediately converted and am now saving hard.

Al
Welcome Al!
I had the same experience when I saw how a chain saw can make such beautifully fitting joinery.
Thankyou for the welcome Rick.

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