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Rustic Home Decor

I ran across an interesting web site recently that sells rustic home decor. The URL is Quite a catchy name…Continue

Started Jun 11, 2012

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It seems like most people buy some acreage and build their log home in a secluded area. Just wondering how many readers are part of a log home community or would be interested in being part of a log…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Denny Johnson Mar 1, 2012.


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Tell us about yourself:
I am the social marketing guy for My Ozark Log Home in Branson, MO.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
I wish. But I am fortunate enough to have friends who live in a log home so I can get my fix. I also get o help some work on theirs.

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At 8:30pm on September 11, 2012, Julie Anne Brown said…

How wonderful to know you are also a Christian! Nice to meet you! I hope one day, you too will own a Log Cabin. They are so cozy and where you live, what a nice choice. We are still working on ours. Our upstairs is yet completed. Needs pine on the walls and flooring. We do what we can when the money is available. We have built ours ourselves. No kit! Just hard work...but it's Ours!

Check out our pictures....It's small but now that the children are all grown and's perfect! Great talking to you.....

At 6:30pm on September 11, 2012, Julie Anne Brown said…

Thanks for the nice comment Denny. I am thinking of painting my corner hutch. What do you think? Might paint it a flat black and rough it up with sand paper. Not sure yet.....Have a great day!

At 11:19am on February 24, 2012, Cecil Stubbs said…

In some cases Denny,  Most are package homes (except the timber frames, all of those are cut by us at the shop and then sent out), but as with many there are many cuts that have to be done in the field.  The truss for ex. was a Neville home that we constructed but all that is cut from their factory are the saddle notch corners so we have to craft all of the scribe fits for the trusses, roof purlins, etc.  Thanks for the comment

At 11:12pm on February 13, 2012, Mike Donich said…

Hello Denny,

I appreciate the warm welcome.  I have been a log home dreamer since I was a small boy growing up in Montana.  Well now I am closer to retirement, own a wonderful piece of Montana dream will come true soon.  I am excited to learn from folks in the LH.comNeighborhood.


At 10:21am on February 6, 2012, Terry & Shelley S said…


Sorry to hear you had to sell your bike.  If you enjoyed riding as much as we do, we can certainly feel your pain.  Nothing better than riding in the mountains!  One of our priorities when looking for our lot was a paved access road specifically for safe riding. However, we have come up on a couple gravel roads unexpectedly.  They make for some pretty precarious driving conditions.  Typically we turn around but when it's absolutely necessary to continue we just take our time.    

At 10:41am on February 4, 2012, chris williams said…

Thanks for the welcome Denny! You have a beautiful house & setting. I personally feel very lucky to wake up in my home & watch the sun rise with a cup-o-coffee every day. Although today it's pouring rain. My current project is building log beds, nightstands & chairs from ceder trees. My ultimate goal is to get my house in a magazine or article of some kind.

Have a great Saturday.



At 9:28pm on January 26, 2012, Mike Cawthorne said…

Near Clayton Oklahoma, Sardis Lake. Like your Log Home! Did you use D-logs?


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