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a cabin built with logs

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MORTIMER COUNTRY NEAR HISTORIC LUDLOW 2-bedroom log cabin - prices from around PS30 a night Just under an hour and a half from Birmingham this log cabin is described as a "family/ pet-friendly woodland retreat" in a "tranquil woodland valley" setting, and it wins 4.
Months of speculation about a possible sale of the Log Cabin Democrat, Conway's daily newspaper, came to fruition early Wednesday when Morris Communications announced a deal with GateHouse Media, a longtime suitor.
Every log cabin takes you to another level of luxury through beautifully designed spaces, with the high ceilings in living and dining areas, spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets, en-suite toilets and baths, and a semi-furnished kitchen equipped with a complete cabinet system, refrigerator, oven, cooking range, and range hood.
Logs of 8-12 inches in diameter (mostly pine or spruce) were flattened on two sides as they could be fitted smoothly in laying up the walls of a log cabin.
The Inversnaid Bunkhouse and log cabin THE BIRTHPLACE of the Open Golf Championship has been put on the market with a guide price of PS1.
President Lincoln: From Log Cabin to White House will reach ages 6 and older with a story that retells the classic Lincoln life.
com)-- Sterling Ridge Resort, a Log Cabin Resort in Jeffersonville, VT.
Log Cabin quilts have always been some of my favorites.
The Log Cabin is an Aladdin's cave of gifts with something to suit everyone's taste.
He had been the general manager and executive editor of The Times, and was publisher of the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway, Ark.
London, May 9 ( ANI ): Katie Price has banished her husband Kieran Hayler to a log cabin at the bottom of her garden after she learnt of his alleged affair with her beat friend.
The first log cabin in North America is built in an area called New Sweden, where the present states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware meet.