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July 29, 2012



I'll have to talk with Paul after he reads this blog. He has always wanted to live in a log cabin. He will go crazy over this one.

The Silo Gift Shop is lovely and so unique.

How cute those bears are.

A singing tour guide...WOW!

I love the fountain/game room. Those kids must have just loved being in that room. I know ours would.

What a beautiful photo of you Margery. Did you lose MORE weight? You sure look great.

What a super tour you two did. Thanks so much. I have added this to our list for Nashville!

Jeff & Barbie

What an amazing looking house!

Stephanie Juste

Thanks so much for this beautiful piece.I was a tour guide at the house for about 18 months.I really miss being in such a gracious environment.

anna DeMatto

I was there in sept . it was a great tour .


Would have been nice if you would have listed the log home company that put the home together in MT...btw..if you want to know... Rustics of Lindberg Lake was the company, Rustics of Montana has taken it's place in the Swan Valley...congrads on the tour. It is a great place.

Patricia Watters

I find it interesting that the lodge was built by Rustics of Lindberg Lake. Back in the 980s I was a dealer for Rustics and built my own long home with logs prepared and assembled by Rustics, and three other homes here in Oregon. I see that the business has now changed hands. I have been living in my log house since 1980 and still love every beautiful log in it.

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