Citations with the tag: LOG cabins
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- Log house heritage.
// Country Living; Mar1984, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p40
At the Davis homestead in northeastern Tenn., the family lives in an 1820-1840 log house pieced together from three buildings, each from a different part of the state. Their home includes first class collections and native antiques.
- Soft look of a log cabin.
// Country Living; Sep85, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p88
Log cabins do not have to be decorated in a rustic way. Article shows that soft colors and pretty fabrics can be just as appropriate.
- Wisconsin log home.
// Country Living; Aug87, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p85
Photo essay with text. A look at a lakeside home in Wisconsin where Native American arts and crafts have been used in many unique decorating ideas. Decoys; Artifacts; Rustic patterns.
- A homestead in Colorado.
// Country Living; Jan1989, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p43
Describes `Faraway Ranch' in Colorado which was ingeniously created from two abandoned buildings. The ranch is rimmed by snowcapped mountains and is 7,000 feet above sea level. The log cabin dates back to 1881.
- Cabin Fever.
// Louisiana Life; Winter2000/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p74
Informs on the provision of cabins and sleeping accommodations for tourists at the Lake Claiborne State Park in Louisiana.
- Tremblant, Que.
Drummey, Maureen // Ski; Oct2003, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p120
Describes the Refuge log cabin in Tremblant, Quebec.
- Building the log house.
McRaven, C. // Country Journal; May/Jun90, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p26
Gives advice concerning the construction of log houses. Contrasted with modern stud and timber-frame construction; Pros and cons of building with logs; Restoring a log house; Precut log cabin kits; Chinking. INSET: Costs; Finding a builder.;Log building resources..
- Red camp.
Kulpa, Jack // Field & Stream; Feb97, Vol. 101 Issue 10, p102
Recounts the author's experiences with a cabin known as Red Camp. Equipment and tools in the cabin; Usefulness of the cabin during winter.
- Mountain home.
Kulpa, Jack // House Beautiful; Jan84, Vol. 126 Issue 1, p56
Mountain home, for year-round living. A log cabin set in the mountains with all the comforts of home.
- Alaska ON THE Cheap.
Batin, Christopher; Lee, Jim; Zumbo, Jim // Outdoor Life; Apr2003, Vol. 210 Issue 3, p44
Presents information on several types of wilderness cabins in Alaska. INSETS: What to Take;COST CUTTERS;Fly for Free;A 1,500-MILE DRIVE TO ALASKA'S PARADISE
- Rustic storybook cabin.
Batin, Christopher; Lee, Jim; Zumbo, Jim // Architectural Digest; Jun84, p66
Rustic storybook cabin high in the Rocky Mountains. A log cabin built for guests, beside a racing river in Colorado.
- West by Southwest.
Naisbitt, J.; Aburdene, P. // Architectural Digest; Jun89, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p206
Describes the log and concrete house built by San Francisco architect Theodore Brown in Telluride, Colorado for writers John Naisbitt and Patricia Aburdene.
- On the slopes of Deer Valley.
Chatfield-Taylor, Joan; Nichols, Mary E. // Architectural Digest; Jun93, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p136
Highlights the imaginative details that enliven Gregory and Diane Liemandt's Park City, Utah, vacation residence. The gabled wood-and-stone south facade; Extensive use of log construction; The deck facing the Uinta mountains; Additional information.
- The hewn-log home.
Chatfield-Taylor, Joan; Nichols, Mary E. // Mother Earth News; Jul/Aug85, Issue 96, p53
Building the traditional log cabin: a mini manual. Teaches basic techniques needed to build the structure.
- Choosing a log home kit.
Chatfield-Taylor, Joan; Nichols, Mary E. // Mother Earth News; Sep/Oct86, Issue 102, p25
With the price of the average new home in America soaring over the $100,000 mark, more and more people are looking for affordable housing, and lacking the talents and time to build one from the ground up, a kit log home allows its owners to participate in the building to whatever extent...
- A log mansion.
Chatfield-Taylor, Joan; Nichols, Mary E. // Mother Earth News; Nov/Dec86, Issue 103, p68
One man's description of how he built 8 log-style homes covering resources, finances, floor plans, and techniques. INSET: Are you cut out for log cabin building? Approximate material....
- One log cabin, please. To go.
Freudenberger, Richard // Mother Earth News; Mar/Apr90, Issue 122, p134
Discusses the pros and cons of kit log houses. The use of preplanned log home kits, rather than building from scratch, helps homeowners to avoid some of the headaches that building a home is sure to bring. Techniques of assembly-line production to ensure quality, creativity and adaptability;...
- Dick Sellers finished his dream.
Freudenberger, Richard // Mother Earth News; Apr/May94, Issue 143, p58
Presents interior and exterior views of the finished log cabin of Dick Sellers, featured in issue #137 of `Mother Earth News' as `I Built a Log Cabin from Scratch for Under $11,000.' What the cabin finally cost.
- House on the hill.
Kawatski, Deanna // Mother Earth News; Jun/Jul95, Issue 150, p30
Focuses on the author's experience of living in a log house on the hill overlooking Shuswap Lake in British Columbia. Recollections of her grandparents; Experience with neighbor Nancy Parkinson in home building.
- The log cabin next door.
Albert, Mark // Modern Machine Shop; Nov95, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p8
Focuses on the 18th-century log cabin near the author's office. Architectural design; Anderson Township Historical Society's preservation of the cabin; Moral neutrality of technology; Log cabin's glorification of life without modern technology.
- Hut for sale.
Winter, Tom; Nelson, Alexandra // Skiing; Nov97, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p30
Reports that Vance's Cabin in Colorado has been put up for sale for $345,000. Contact information.
- Not as old as she looks.
Baker, Stevenson // Canadian Geographic; Jul/Aug98, Vol. 118 Issue 5, p26
Focuses on studies conducted on the cabin in Guildwood Park, Canada, which indicate that the cabin may not be as old as believed. Details on the date in which the cabin was allegedly built; Factors which influenced the archaeological dig; Identification of persons who conducted studies on the...
- Luxe logs.
Grossman, John; Herrera, Philip // Town & Country; Sep98, Vol. 152 Issue 5220, p82
Provides information on log cabins in the United States. Description and elements of a log cabin.
- Boone times in Japan.
Grossman, John; Herrera, Philip // U.S. News & World Report; 11/14/88, Vol. 105 Issue 19, p18
Discusses the Japanese fascination with log cabin homes. US manufacturers export precut log homes.
- A two-story two-century log house.
Creznic, Jean // Early American Homes; Feb97, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p30
Focuses on the restoration of an 18th-century log house in Pennsylvania. Preservation of the existing basement; Removal of shingles from the exterior log walls; Redware shards.
- My Favorite Place: East Rosebud Lake, Montana.
BROWN, SARA // Log Home Design; Feb2009, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p8
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of visiting her most favorite place, her grandparents' three-bedroom log cabin in East Rosebud Lake, Montana.
- By Tennessee hands.
Griffin, Eleanor; Chaplin, Van // Southern Living; Oct98, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p114
Focuses on four cabins which were made into one cabin located near the Caney Fork River in Tennessee owned by a Nashville businessman and his wife. Materials used to build the cabins; Length of time it took to design the four cabins into one cabin; Type of furniture and art which fills the...
- Rustic living in Montana.
Griffin, Eleanor; Chaplin, Van // Country Living; Sep88, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p91
Describes a 40-year-old log house owned by Jessica and Dean Smith in Billings, Montana. Renovation; Decoration; Interior; Exterior.
- Log cabin Yuletide in West Virginia.
Griffin, Eleanor; Chaplin, Van // Country Living; Dec88, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p70
Discusses Bill and Alca Crews' 19th-century dwelling in Cabell County, West Virginia. Painted furniture; Antique toys; Period accessories.
- Log home in Ohio.
Griffin, Eleanor; Chaplin, Van // Country Living; Nov89, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p128
Photo essay with text of a renovated abandoned early-1800s house in Ohio. Family efforts contributing to the restoration; Focus on country traditions in the decor.
- Log home holiday.
Griffin, Eleanor; Chaplin, Van // Country Living; Dec89, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p59
Photo essay with text of a refurbished 1950s log cabin in Montana, decorated for Christmas. Use of traditional chinking techniques to match the look of the original cabin.
- At home in Pennsylvania.
Morton, Keith Scott // Country Living; Nov93, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p91
Features the restored 18th century log cabin of Linda and Terry Kerlin in Pennsylvania. Restoration due to family's respect for history; Outkitchen into a sitting room; Windowpanes from a local candy factory; Cupboard housing the refrigerator; Award from the Elizabethtown Historical Society.
- A tribute to the pioneers.
Morton, Keith Scott // Country Living; Feb97, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p68
Presents information about the log homes of antiques dealer Beth Farnell, of Eudora, Mississippi. How Farnell's log houses came from northern Mississippi and Tennessee; Internal structures and decorations of the log houses.
- French vertical-log houses.
Overby, Osmund // Old House Journal; May/Jun94, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p92
Features vertical-log houses in the middle Mississippi Valley. Retention of cultural imprint of France; Construction of houses in the 1770s to the early 1800s; Use of oak or cedar logs in exterior; Function of galerie porches.
- A Cabin in the Woods.
Overby, Osmund // Town & Country; Dec2001, Vol. 155 Issue 5259, p152
Features the Lake Placid Lodge in New York.
- Cabin that floats.
Overby, Osmund // Forest Products Journal; May97, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p15
Reports on development of an Interlocking Construction System prototype cabin based on dado, rabbet, and dovetail joinery by James Roman. Features of the cabin.
- A history of the log cabin.
Maurer, David // Colonial Homes; Feb96, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p72
Features log cabins as an icon of American frontier heritage. Symbolism of log cabins; Virtues associated with log cabins; American presidents born in log cabins; European origins; Arrival of the log cabin on American shores; Adaption to American idioms; Cabin construction methods; Living...
- Knotty by nature.
Maurer, David; Street-Porter, Tim // Colonial Homes; Feb96, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p78
Features a log home in Wyoming's Teton Mountains inspired by early 20th-century Rocky Mountain lodges. Construction of the home in three stages; Use of lodgepole pine logs; Principal space on the ground floor; Interior furnishings.
- Kenya's highland adventures.
Krafczyk, Eva // South Asian Post; 4/14/2011, p6
The article information on the daily rates of log cabins in Kenya.
- Mississippi log home.
Morton, Keith Scott // Country Living; Oct96, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p110
Presents photographs of a new log home in Mississippi, owned by Garry and Ramona Hughes.
- If You Build It.
Allen, Chaz // Lakelander (Whitney, TX); 11/21/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 47, p2
The article focuses on various replicas of a log cabin at the Sinking Spring Farm in Hodgenville, Kentucky.
- The New England sampler.
Kageleiry, Jamie // Yankee; Aug96, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p17
Presents a quotation from Louis Marstaller about his father Ernest's effort to build an entire cabin from lumber extracted from one pine tree.
- HOVDEN CABIN.
Kageleiry, Jamie // South Dakota Magazine; Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p10
The article reports on the opening of an old house called the Hovden Cabin in South Dakota after it has been restored in 2011.
- We're making it!
Paxton, Paul; Paxton, Mary // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Sep/Oct97, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p77
Relates how the authors were able to build a cabin on a mountain property in southern New Mexico. How they built a rustic room; Origin of the fixtures; Challenges that lie ahead for the authors.
- The house that Tex built.
Collins, Jim // Yankee; Apr94, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p104
Features the log cabins owned by Tex Doellefeld in Maine. Location of cabins; Strength of the buildings; Children's involvement in the construction of the cabins; Custom details.
- a small GOOD THING.
SMITH, HOLLY // Country's Best Cabins; Jun 2014, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p54
The article focuses on the interior of a pre-Civil War log cabin located in Staunton, Virginia while mentioning the views of its owner Bill Saxman and his wife Jan Saxman on how they improved it.
- Peace of Mind.
RICHARDSON, WHITNEY // Country's Best Cabins; Jun 2014, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p6
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various articles within the issue on topics including site selection for constructing log cabins, interior decoration of such cabins and items for outdoor entertaining.
- an artistic retreat.
OLSON, SARAH ASP // Country's Best Cabins; Jun 2014, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p26
The article focuses on the interior of the Estes Park log home located in Colorado while mentioning the views of its owner on how she improved it.
- swift success.
RICHARDSON, WHITNEY // Country's Best Cabins; Jun 2014, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p46
The article focuses on the interior of a log cabin located in Del Rio, Tennessee while mentioning the views of its owners Pat Markland and Carion Markland on how they improved it.
- Pretzel log cabin.
Ricioli, Terry A. // Humpty Dumpty's Magazine; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p22
Presents instructions on how to make a pretzel log cabin. Materials; Step-by-step instruction.