Honest Abe Living, October 2020
With the season approaching its autumn glory, many people are heading to mountains for the turning leaves, cooler temperatures and prospect of a roaring fire in a cozy log cabin.
While a mountain log home is a temporary getaway for some, for others it’s a lifelong dream.
Honest Abe Log Homes has seen a lot of dreams come true over 40 years, and a lot of those have been in the form of a mountain log cabin.
We invite you to read the stories and see the photos of Honest Abe of eight homeowners who live in a log home in the mountains of Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina – just like they always wanted.
Make autumn the guest of honor.
Steps taken in fall prepare for spring landscaping.
See how timbers and Structural Insulated Panels creates and energy-efficient addition.
World’s Simplest Roast
Lisa and Jeff Clements say this is the world’s simplest roast. Jeff is Vice President of Sales at Honest Abe Log Home, and Lisa is a nurse. In addition, the couple are farmers near Honest Abe’s National Headquarters in the Tennessee Upper Cumberland. With busy schedules this simple roast requires little to no preparation.
The Ranger Log Home Plan by Honest Abe Log Homes, Inc. is a two-story, mid-sized traditional cabin. A mid-sized cabin of traditional design, the two-story Ranger has 1,656 square feet.
Entering from the wide, full-length covered front porch though the front door, the living room, dining and kitchen are open. Downstairs there’s a master suite with a luxury bath and walk-in closet and a separate laundry room. Both the kitchen and the master bedroom open onto the back deck.
Upstairs are two bedrooms that share a bathroom with double sinks, a private toilet room and a shower/tub. Amenities in the upstairs include a laundry chute to the downstairs laundry room and a walk-in storage area.