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Jon Morris
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A lot of our support posts in our house will have roots still attached, which we want to flow out across the floor.  Consequently we want to put the screw jacks in the top of the posts.  The only way…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Bullock Feb 11, 2011.

 

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Tell us about yourself:
Self builder of log home here in Alex. 3/4's of the way through the log work.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
In another 2 years or so
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
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At 12:44pm on February 7, 2011, Dian Williams said…
Thanks Jon- We love living in a log home & I am sure you will also. Be Blessed! Dian
At 4:58pm on January 15, 2011, Dolly - Es Log Home Restorations said…

Hi Jon,
Well that is an awesome view and looks like a pretty spectular house your

building. Good luck. Dolly

At 5:40pm on January 14, 2011, Jon Morris said…

It seems we have always dreamed of owning a log home, but the cost has always stopped us.  So last year I went on a 5 week log building course here in New Zealand.  As you can see I learned heaps.

A year ago my wife Clare and I went down to a forest an hour south of Alex and selected our trees, which were duly cut and delivered last February.  We then set to work peeling them with the help of the world wide Wwoof organization.  Exactly 3 months later the last of 165 logs were peeled and we had a party.

We started the build last July and hope to have the log work finished by the end of Feb this year.  Then we start the concrete work and after that shifting the whole lot over.  Fortunately we now have a crane on loan for as long as we need it!  A huge convenience and cost saving!

I hope our efforts will be an inspiration to others who dream the dream, but can't afford the cost.

 
 
 

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