The Best Log Homes of 2011 issue of Log Home Living and the June issue of Country's Best Cabins just hit newsstands yesterday, so you can get a double dose of the latest and greatest info from the log-home world. Here's an excerpt from an article in the Best Log Homes of 2011 issue:
"Log homes aren't typically impulse buys, but sometimes the stars align. A New York couple finishing up a Colorado ski trip had a few hours to kill before their flight home left, so they headed into Crested Butte for lunch and fell in love with the town's intimacy and character. Next thing they knew, they were checking out property and bought this cabin."
And a sneak peek at the June issue of Country's Best Cabins:
"For many, the draw of a log cabin is the return to simplicity. The very construction of such a home has so much historic significance, and for many homeowners, a rustic cabin symbolizes the ultimate getaway. So the introduction of modern innovations to what has always represented a humble retreat from modern, urban existence may seem a little contradictory. However, some of today’s developments make it easier than ever to simplify your home — and your life."
Want to read more? You can order your copies today from the Log & Timber Home Bookstore, or you can subscribe to one or both magazines to keep the log-home information and inspiration coming to your door all year round.