This doesn’t have anything to do with horror, but I wanted to post some pictures of my Montana house. I built a great deal of it myself and I’m very proud of it. It’s a log A-Frame based on a 1964 design. I used knotty pine throughout, even for the floors, and every room has at least one log wall, some have three.
We’re re-doing the bottom of the house. That’s why you see the exposed plastic. Woodpeckers are bad to peck on it also. Any white spots you see are just patches over woodpecker spots. We haven’t stained over them yet.
The back of the house.
The Entrance Deck and Balcony
The Kitchen Deck
The Entrance Room, also where the laundry is.
Standing in the Great Room looking toward the stairs. Notice how the steps are just logs sawn in two.
The Balcony overlooking the Great Room. Do you see the library way at the top? There’s actually room to walk around a bit up there.
From the Library, looking down.
Our red propane stove.
Our Front Deck. I made that picnic table.
The Front Deck. It’s 16X30 feet.
Downstairs Bedroom One. These rooms are so cool. They have three log walls and one slanted wall. They look like little log cabins.
Downstairs Bedroom Two. I use this as a Studio.
I built all the doors in the house. This one is to Bedroom Two.
Going Upstairs now. I helped build these stairs. The guy just showed up with a pick-up full of shaved logs and he formed them as he went.
This is the inside balcony that looks down into the Great Room. The ladder you see goes up to the Library.
Door out to the Balcony.
Out on the Balcony. I made that chair.
Here’s the Master Upstairs Bedroom.
Here’s another view of the Master Bedroom. It’s a perfect triangle.
The Master Bedroom Ceiling
Outside, in the side yard. We have six acres.
Our largest tree.
My Boulder. I’ve always wanted to own a granite boulder.
Well, that’s it. I hope you’re not too bored.