Your Log House
The On-Site Manual For The Do-It-Yourselfer

Vic Janzen

Vic Janzen began his lifelong love affair with log buildings in the Yukon. While hunting and trapping as a youth, he often took shelter in abandoned log cabins left over from the Klondike gold rush days... [more]

What you need to know about log homes

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  • International Log Builders' Association [posted:030304]
  • www.okslb.ca - Del Radomske's Okanagan School of Log Building International [posted:010605]
  • Log homes - Don't buy a log home kit until you read this information. We offer a two-day class in building log homes and log cabins from scratch without a kit, for the least amount of money. [posted:071304]
  • Husqvarna chainsaws [posted:030304]
  • Avalon Log Homes - Blending Luxury with Nature, Avalon Log Homes is your Log Home connection. [posted:011809]

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