|Bob Strosin from Golden Eagle Log Homes provides 6 easy steps to stain and caulk your log cabin.
The process starts by applying a diluted mix of bleach and water followed by a power-wash. After the logs dry for a few days they are noticeably whiter and clean- and in a perfect state for staining.
Thanks for the great tips Bob!
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|This quick video lists the top items needed for camping. Some of the items are basic but the video has a few valuable tips.
Using the flashlight that straps to your head is a great tip. This allows you to keep both hands free while navigating your campsite at night. This is also a great tip because your less likely to misplace your light if it’s attached to your head!
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|I found this video on YouTube. I came across this video years ago on public television and I remember I was completely immersed. The video chronicles the adventures of Dick Proenneke.
At the age of 50 Dick decided to “retire” to the high mountains of Alaska. The video shows him chopping down and peeling trees and using nothing but hand tools to build a cabin. The video features some amazing carpentry skills, hard work and a true craftsman.
Dick’s retirement in his cabin lasted 30 years. He left his cabin to the National Park Service and it remains today as a popular visitor attraction in the still-remote Twin Lakes region.