Story by Suzanna Logan
Photography by Joseph Hilliard
In the city of Williams Lake, British Columbia, the Wild West lives on. To locals, the city is still known as a cowboy town. The beauty here is raw. Rugged mountains rise above pristine lakes and cattle ranches sprawl out across vast stretches of green. To live here requires at least a touch of frontier spirit.
Perched on a ridge high above the town, David and Alyssa Chevigny’s 5,500-square-foot home isn’t exactly a rustic cabin, but it fits its surroundings perfectly. With its 35 acres dotted with live-stock (“We run cows and pigs here,” David says) the log post-and-beam beauty pays homage to the area’s ranching roots.
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