I install the upper course of logs on the walls of the log cabin and 6″x6″ hemlock timbers to hold the upper floor. The log cabin is taking shape as I complete one log gable end and start the second one. Autumn is setting in, the trees are turning and the animals are on the move with animal tracks all over the trail and deer, sandhill cranes and geese in the fields.
In the second half, I talk about my physical and mental limitations and why you too can build a log cabin or do others things beyond your self imposed limitations. I prepare prime rib and potatoes for dinner on the campfire, sleep on the floor of the log cabin and get up early to go after geese for the freezer.
This 40ft Shipping Container home is packed with clever space-saving features. It’s solar powered, collects rain-water and can even sleep up to 7 people! Read More: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/…
Secluded 82 +/- acres located at the end of a 1/2 mile private road and nestled among big hardwood trees on a ridge top with a view of the Cumberland River Valley, is this 2 bedroom 1 bath home sitting on 4 cleared acres, the remaining 78 acres being wooded with some marketable timber.
A Beginner’s Guide To Chickens.
Here’s what you need to know to get started with chickens. Chickens are an easy animal to care for and are usually the first food animals homesteaders start with.
This episode covers different types of chickens. Heavy breeds, Bantams, light breeds, game types and more. An old podcast from GRANNY MILLER RADIO
Paul Chambers had began building a home out of two shipping containers as a project, but when his wife got tired of suburbia and put their four-bedroom home on the market, his project became the couple’s full-time home (Paul’s ebook: www.buildshippingcontainerhouse.com)