Log building

Log building

A structure built from cut logs rather than dressed lumber; one of the earlier forms of dwellings in many parts of the world.
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The latter led us across a small parade ground, where a battery of light field guns was parked, and toward a log building, in front of which rose the flagstaff.
The cabin of Uncle Tom was a small log building, close adjoining to "the house," as the negro par excellence designates his master's dwelling.
Two-story log buildings, in the business part of town, brought him from forty to fifty thousand dollars apiece.
The modern log building is made from Honkarakenne's unsettling log and has a Zero Corner-solution.
Zwolfer said The Cabin board of directors likes the option of relocating the log building, which was built in 1940 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, to the north end of Julia Davis Park, behind the Black History Museum and the statue of Abraham Lincoln.
The largest structure was the chimney cabin, completed in 1905, which boasted a 3,900-square-foot, two-story log building with four bedrooms and four baths.
The blue and yellow historic marker was placed near the site of Pendleton founder Sylvester Pendleton Clark's first log building at the Erie Canal portage he founded in 1821.
(2) The Commercial was a former Winnipeg post office, a clapboard-sided log building erected behind a general store belonging to early pioneer A.
The modest log building with elk horns over its entrance, rusty wagon wheels leaning against a fence, and a parking lot filled with dusty, hardworking pickups struck me as a good spot to grab a bite, wash it down with a cocktail (maybe two), and ease my loneliness for an hour or so.
"Unique, beautiful, versatile and enduring - it is a pleasure to work and relax in a genuine log building, as a cabin breathes and thus creates a healthy environment.
Base Camp eventually moved across the street into a log building that Frank built himself, something he doesn't recommend to anyone trying to run a business and raise a family at the same time.