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At 11:40am on April 28, 2018, mss dd said…

Good day,
I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and demand it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on( for the full details.

Have a nice day.
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At 11:27am on February 8, 2010, Otis Farm Log Homes said…
You have a great home!!! I joined the " Log dogs cats and Critters , I love animals alot!!!!
At 11:21am on February 8, 2010, Otis Farm Log Homes said…
Thanks Rita , Those are our big babies !
At 8:42pm on January 1, 2010, Don & Kay said…
No problem with the altitude. Guess we've gotten acclimated.
At 8:20pm on August 27, 2009, Anne said…
" A fireplace - a stone, two story, fat-mantled, toe-warming, Christmas-stocking-hanging fireplace."
You are a linguistic genius! I can picture it and want to be there with my toe socks and marsh-mellows. I love that you were in LHL! Congrats!
At 11:21pm on July 31, 2009, David Thomas said…

Thanks for the nice words. Now for your questions. The Lanterns are Dietz Red, but they look sort of pink in the pictures. I made the door with the stained glass. It's really easy. Let me know if you want more info on that. You are on LogeHomeU. It's this website.
At 8:43am on May 14, 2009, Shelley Martinez said…
Rita - I was just going thru your beautiful photos. Time for some spring photos! I'd love to see what your area looks like! :-)
At 1:18pm on March 8, 2009, Marsha Raymond (Ponies) said…
No one responded with photos showing how their chandeliers looked in the living area blending with ceiling fans or other kinds of light features in the other areas of the great room (such as the kitchen, dining room, etc.). If you'd send me pictures of yours, I'd be appreciative! Thanks Rita.
At 11:42pm on March 4, 2009, Michael McCarthy said…
By the way, GREAT to have you back in the Neighborhood, Rita. These photos are awesome...

Have a wonderful night!
At 8:06pm on February 2, 2009, CR (Yona) Dunning said…


I responded to the wrong comment

still trying to get the hang of this thing

I am out of every loop when it comes to technological savvy of any sort

anyways ...

thank you for your comment - I guess you meant the house was awesome & that praise belongs 100% to our builder, Peter, & my wife, Kay, who dreamed the dream

& to Robert C who went looking for the place to build it

thank you
CR (Yona) Dunning
At 7:24pm on February 2, 2009, CR (Yona) Dunning said…
Thank you Rita

we'll endeavor to be good citizens
At 12:00pm on January 27, 2009, Norma Miarecki said…
haha...good morning, Rita...well, it's not easy...last winter, we had 12 ft. of snow, and I had to hire a front end loader to pick up the snow I had the plow move around, so the plow man had room rto plow more!~I love your log's beautiful!! ~ I don't think I've seen one I didn't like, about you?? My "cabin" is small...I really NEEDED to "downsize" old house in MA had a master bedroom that was 28 X 30, and this WHOLE cabin is only 28x 30!!! ~ It was the BEST thing I've ever done!~I love it!!
At 8:59am on January 27, 2009, Injaka Country Lodge & Estate said…
Greetings. Please take a look at our page: Injaka Country Estate, Mpumalanga, South Africa. We are also on the Events Page. Regards from sunny South Africa...
At 6:04pm on January 26, 2009, Alan Ligertwood said…
I will its the one thing I really do want in life and I will have one, some day :)

thanks Alan
At 5:11pm on January 26, 2009, Alan Ligertwood said…
Hi! Rita
thanks for the comment about my pictures
I just have to get enough money and find the perfect spot for a log home .. :) and then hopefully I will have a veiw all of my own ..:)

Thanks Alan
At 8:10pm on January 21, 2009, ChinkerBob said…
Hi Rita

Hello from Hamilton.

I've chinked several houses that had concrete originally. Usually I could chink right over the top of the concrete after doing a few things to clean up the mess. Once I had to take all the old stuff out. But it sure is nice that we're not stuck with that as the material of choice between logs. I'd be working at McDonalds or something because there is no way I would want to try chinking the old fashioned way.

I used to live in near Big Fork, but for some reason I never got up around Rexford. Nor have I been to White Sulphur Springs. Its a big state.

Hope you enjoy your return to the forum. I've only been around for about a month but I'm finding some pretty nice people and the only controversy we have to deal with is brands of stain, and most of us steer away from that argument. So I like it.

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