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Kathie Wood
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  • Drummond, MT
  • United States
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pioneer log homes
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Mack Jul 1, 2010.

overly large windows

Started Feb 21, 2010

ok guys ! LOL !

Started this discussion. Last reply by Konocti's Wigwam Jan 24, 2010.


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Tell us about yourself:
I am about to emark on building my own log cabin with 8 sides next month ,building with trees that were flash burnt in 2006 and still standing and healthy ! I will possibly need to hear from people who can help guide me after I begin this venture. I KNOW I will ! LOL !
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
not yet
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
Within 12 months
I have already had the under the kitchen floor cellar hole dug and will be begin building the walls,etc. next week. Will have gravel floor,upper and lower vents,cement block walls,a ceiling with a drop door that is part of the kitchen floor. Any good info that ya might add I would greatly appreciate ! I live in the mountains of west central Montana. Should I have long extended eaves on the roof of my cabin? This is another worry I have with my design as I do want to make use of solar heat.

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found your blog

lol--------- well I am here,but have yet to find the pics of all thosoctagon log homes you were telling me about Tryin tho! LOL !

Posted on February 6, 2010 at 12:17pm

getting restarted !

Hi All ! Had a bad year last year and ended up having to put off building my 8 sided log hogan style cabin until this Spring,but all is a GO NOW !

Posted on January 20, 2010 at 2:33pm — 1 Comment

8 sided log cabin

Anyone ever built an 8 sided log cabin from their trees on their property? I am going to begin building one next month and will be using my new Norwood2000 bandsaw sawmill to cut the bottoms and tops for the logs to lay flush against each other. The only problem I can forsee is building the roof with long over hanging eaves as I want to take advantage of the warmth of the sun from my windows. I decided on 4 foot overhangs,but wonder if I am right by… Continue

Posted on June 15, 2009 at 2:32pm — 17 Comments

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