So how’s your roof? You don’t know? Most of us don’t know what’s happening with our roofs because we never actually climb a ladder and look at them. But that “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” approach can turn into a costly log home roof maintenance strategy. This article in Log & Timber Home Living lists simple guidelines can help you regularly maintain your roof and avoid some serious problems down the road.
A log home is the perfect place to take it outside, whether that means a quiet cup of coffee enjoyed from a master-bedroom balcony, a rowdy poolside picnic with friends and family or evening cocktails sipped in front of a glowing outdoor fireplace. This article in Log & Timber Home Living shows five log homes with “inspiring” outdoor living spaces.
Megan Schetzsle lives with her husband and son in an 800-square-foot log cabin in Jackson Hole, WY. In search of a simpler pace of life, Megan and her husband took a leap of faith to pursue their own cabin dreams: they quit their jobs, sold what they own, and moved across the country from downtown Austin, TX to their mountainside cabin in Jackson Hole, WY. Read their story published in cabinLife.com