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More about Cabins and Barns
Log Cabins, once common throughout the Appalachian Mountain regions, are today quickly vanishing. Every axe cut and adze mark in a hand hewn log cabins tell the story of our pioneer heritage and the spirit of self reliance that forged this nation. We invite you to recapture a moment of our pioneer past in pictures.
The Story Behind Our Cabins
Before and After
The yard and porch was full of debris, and the structure was covered by worn siding and half hidden by a sagging tin roof. Only the stone chimney whispered of promise.
But check out the fantastic logs under the siding! These large oak timbers feature half dovetail notching, and the siding that hid them from view also protected them from the elements. The Lerew is bigger than it looked, 19 x 25 an 1 1/2 stories.
Traditional Notching Styles (check back for more pictures)
Traditional Wood Species (check back for more pictures)