Once a log home is all completed it is satisfying to walk through and view the finished product. Here we have the great room looking towards the dining and kitchen area.
From the other end of the great room we see the fireplace.
Now comes the real fun of moving in! Of course Montana would have to offer its own flair for the moving day– Snow in April! Yes, this photo was taken April 17th when the moving truck arrived.
We all wonder how we can collect so much stuff…
Once everything is sorted, setup, and sifted through then we get to see the dramatic results.
Here is the dining area. Our owners have chosen a high table with chair rail on the bottom and swivel chairs.
Matching swivel bar stools line the back of the breakfast bar.
Master bedroom complete with large four poster oak bed and matching dressers and chests.
The second bedroom is finished with a wrought iron bed and John Deere motif.
We would like to give a special thanks to Ron and Michele Burns who graciously let us share with you their journey from dreams to log home reality. We’ve come a long way! Remember it was 10 months ago those trucks arrived!
Anyone who has dreamed of a log home understands, at least a little bit, understands the dedication to detail which is required to build a log home. Anyone can own a conventional house, but only a few get to own a lovely log home such as this with the large handcrafted logs, cathedral ceilings, log roof system, stone fireplace, etc., etc., etc. And to the few who can’t imagine why you would bother investing in all the grandeur… Well, I guess the best thing is to leave them happily dwelling in their in their “everyday” type homes which have no “scope for the imagination’. — Anne of Green Gables