Multichannel outdoor clothing and accessories merchant Bass Pro Shops has partnered with Barna Log Homes to offer a line of custom log cabins in its fall catalog. With log homes representing one of the building industry's fastest growing segments, according to the Log Home Council, Barna Log Homes and Bass Pro Shops are hoping to take advantage of their complementary product lines by appealing to their similar customer base. The cabins range in size from a square-foot single room cabin to a 1,square-foot, three-bedroom and 2. Each is built with premium-graded, kiln-dried yellow and white pine log systems and has a red metal roof. Custom add-on features include a lean-to roof, deck systems and deck railings. Orvis two years ago also started marketing log cabins to its customers via a partnership with Rocky Mountain Log Homes, although that deal is targeting a different segment of the market.
Close-up of a beautiful redhead girl on a log cabin porch.
Happy Redhead Girl In Nature In Log Cabin High-Res Stock Photo - Getty Images
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Bass Pro Shops to sell log cabins
Anyways, the nicest cabin in less than 70k, what do you guys think about them? It seems like an excellent idea, but why has no one done it? Buy a small lot and get the Amish to build your new home.
A Log Home is more than a place to live. Log homes and Timber frame homes are fundamental American structures, combining construction techniques and materials from the earliest pioneers. The design and construction of modern log homes and timber homes follow many of the basic engineering techniques from decades ago, but new technology has made them easier and faster to build, more energy — efficient and architecturally unique. In the past, individual characteristics of construction identified a log home as belonging to a particular part of the country.