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  1. #2651
    Welcome Pete, Hopefully, we'll get to meet in person in September at the class!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoAskDad View Post
    Welcome Pete, Hopefully, we'll get to meet in person in September at the class!
    Thanks for the warm welcome, we just finished making reservations; class,hotel etc.. Im more excited then my wife at this point but she is warming up to the idea more and more��

  3. #2653
    welcome to the family, Pstarr7

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    Hello, Kelley here with Pstarr7, here in Eastern Washington. I'm excited, & nervous about this venture, and looking forward to the class!

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  5. #2655
    Hello P and K! Getting excited for the class over here too!

    Been talking with my husband and we like the idea others are doing of building a small cabin onsite to live in during the build. It'd be approximately the same size as our trailer but sturdy and WARM and keep the critters out, none of which applies to our trailer. Plus the cost is manageable and we can get our hands dirty without the complications of longer walls, more RPSLs, etc. Since we made that decision we are both so excited to get started because it all seems so much less overwhelming. At least for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by WyoFox View Post
    Hello P and K! Getting excited for the class over here too!

    Been talking with my husband and we like the idea others are doing of building a small cabin onsite to live in during the build. It'd be approximately the same size as our trailer but sturdy and WARM and keep the critters out, none of which applies to our trailer. Plus the cost is manageable and we can get our hands dirty without the complications of longer walls, more RPSLs, etc. Since we made that decision we are both so excited to get started because it all seems so much less overwhelming. At least for now
    I hadn't thought of building a small log home first. Where do you live while are you are building that one? We are trying to decide wether to build on what we have now, or sell and move to a piece of land with usable trees, that has a basic, functional little mobile to live in while we build. We are drooling over all the pictures of student built homes right now. Very cool!

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  7. #2657
    Kelley, we are living in a trailer on my in-laws property here in Wyoming. They built a huge LHBA log house so we see it every day and it has inspired us to do so too. We have a piece of land under contract a few miles away so we thought of staying in the trailer but with 5 young kids running around we're anxious to get out of here!

    I've heard people talking about building a little cabin first and living there, then building a bigger home. Then the cabin becomes guest quarters.

  8. #2658
    Hi all, new to the forum but I took the class 12 years ago (still trying to track records down to get on the members side). Anyway, just wanted to say "hi." I have a few questions related to an existing cabin that I'm looking at (way more backstory) so I'll begin a new thread for that. Preliminarily though, and yes I will get repetitive, I really want to help someone for a day or weekend if anyone is building within 5-8 hours of Northern Utah. Just throwing it out there if anyone needs help with anything. I have a few tools, grew up on a farm (can operate heavy machinery), worked construction and did carpentry for awhile before switching gears to work in education. So, seriously, I have a somewhat flexible schedule and could get away for a little bit if anyone needs an extra hand.

  9. #2659
    welcome home, Swine.
    I wish you lived closer to our build; we could use the help

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    Hi Swine!
    I have three swine of my own, going to eat at least one of them this winter. Sorry, I have no idea where that came from...

    You are in luck. I think there are a couple of log homes going up soon in the N. Utah area. I know TAG is building in Bear Lake area, and I am going to be building soon in the Uintas. (3 hours from Logan). I will definitely keep you posted as work progresses. I would never turn down a helping hand!

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