34 thoughts on “Log Living

  1. Log homes tend to be dark on the inside. I have seen a few log houses renovated in such a way that enough wood was covered with light painted drywall to light the place up. With enough of the woodwork showing, the house I think of had a modern look together with a great feeling of times past. A log house needs maintenance to look good and this house is very well maintained, looks great!

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    • Yes, dark on the inside for sure, but I would add a window or several, and even one of those tubes that sends natural light into the house. I would guess that maybe that wood would create a woodsy smell inside. Thanks for the comment Joseph.

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  2. Given the location, I suppose I can overlook the satellite dish… but those plastic chairs just don’t work. How about a pair of nice wooden Adirondack chairs instead? (That would be my choice!)

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    • And it is a good choice showing good taste. These days in economically depressed towns (Such as Saratoga, Wyoming) people go with what they can afford. Those plastic chairs are cheap, and comfortable.

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  3. Cool shot, Mike. The dish fits in just fine. err… well, maybe not.
    But still a cool shot.
    I tried to find your site on your gravatar, but you have not posted a link there. I just happened to find your link next to one of your comments somewhere.
    Adding a link next to your gravatar will allow people to find you through a “like” pin. I recommend it. 🙂

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