Now that might sound like the opening line of a cheap novel and snow in June just doesn't compute, but that is exactly what I am looking at from my window. It has been snowing here in NW Montana for the past few hours and now it is starting to lay. Seriously, how many times have you fired up the woodstove in June?
My daughter called from Washington, DC yesterday complaining about the oppressive heat and humidity on her side of the world. I chuckled when I told her that I had a fire burning because it was quite chilly here. This morning, the temps dropped another 15 degrees and the rain changed to snow. This picture was taken 20 minutes ago and it is now snowing even harder.
Okay, so what does all this have to do with the topic of log homes? Absolutely nothing! However, if you must put up with snow in June, sitting in a log home with a warm fire can make you forget that you should be cutting the grass today... not shoveling the walk.
I don't know about you, but I'm starting to have trouble with this whole "Global Warming" thing!