Tweedyland’s blog has posted 3 new post. I guess Michelle L. couldn’t sleep last night. Grinning
Bantam Chickens, I’ll bet this is going to be a long on going subject. But, the fact is you just can’t say everything you want to say about Bantams and get all your pictures posted on line in only one posting.
Country Living is as much a state of mind as it is a place. If you ‘Think’ about country living it is as much about surrounding yourself with the sights, sounds and smells of the country. No you don’t need a pile of cow dung in your back yard to have a bit of country in your city yard. It’s more about roses, wild flowers, vegetable gardens, bird feeders, bees and hummingbirds feeding on your flowers and garden.
Log Home living, I think, requires your head to be in a different time zone than most of us live in. Their construction, care and maintainance is foreign to most of us. They require much more owner hands on care that one might think. A slight shift in the soil or foundation footing that will go mostly unnoticed in ‘common’ stick construction, can result in a caulking touch up job in a log home.
A really good thing about a log home is you never need or are you restricted to where you can drive a nail to hang a picture. Never having to locate a stud to support anything you desire to wall hang.
Why is common sense so uncommon?
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