Log Raising and Mill Tour
October 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Honest Abe Log Homes invites the public to visit our National Headquarters in Moss, Tenn., on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, beginning at 9 a.m. to attend a Log Raising and Manufacturing Tour. Watch as members of the company build a small structure, showing and describing the process of building an Honest Abe Log Home.
How to register
Seating is free but limited, so reservations are required. You may RSVP by calling the Sales Representative or Independent Dealer with whom you have been working or call Honest Abe’s National Headquarters at 800-231-3695.
Spend time with drafting professionals, manufacturing staff and new home consultants. Ask questions and learn about how our log cabins and timber frame homes are designed and created. Families are welcome. Complimentary lunch will be served at noon, and afterwards a tour of our manufacturing facilities will be conducted.
Where is the Log Raising held?
The event is held in a climate controlled building on the Honest Abe Log Homes National Headquarters and its accompanying manufacturing complex on Hwy. 52, 10 miles west of Celina and approximately 25 miles east of Lafayette in the community of Moss, Tenn. Get detailed directions here.
A special treat of the Oct. 20 Log Raising is the chance to attend A Southern Marketplace Barn Sale at Acres of Grace Farm and to tour the home of April and Nick Patterson, co-owners of Honest Abe, whose new home is the first to be constructed of Honest Abe’s 10” Round Log, a new offering introduced in 2017.
About the Area
Moss is located in the Tennessee Upper Cumberland, one of Tennessee’s most beautiful and affordable vacation destinations, so we encourage you to attend the log raising and make a weekend of your stay in the region. Within comfortable driving distance of our facility there are numerous overnight accommodations – bed and breakfast homes, historic inns, state parks with lodging, marinas, houseboats and traditional motels from rustic to small town to micropolitan settings. The area is famous for its waterfalls, recreational lakes, driving trails, historic places, wineries and musical venues and festivals. Extensive information is available from the Upper Cumberland Tourism Association, either by visiting their website here or by calling 931-537-6347 to discuss an itinerary and receive information by mail.