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Written by Troop Emonds, the leading authority on low-cost log home building, this guide is a concise and timely look at how to build your own low-cost log home. This book shows you how to make your own hand hewn log home. By building your own low-cost log home you can truly become self-reliant, own your own home, and finally get off the grid. 

Troop Emonds is a master log homebuilder who has been featured on the cover of Mother Earths News. In Low-Cost Log Home Building, Troop shares his insights and experience to prepare you for your building project. This detailed log construction manual tells you what you need to know to build your own handcrafted low-cost log home. Presented as a comprehensive and thorough guide from selecting logs, to cutting notches, and working effectively throughout all phases of home construction.

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Here Is What You Will Build! - House-Plan Sketches.

Plan 1                                 Plan 2                             Plan 3

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Plan 1 - Plan1.pdf

Plan 2 - Plan2.pdf

Plan 3 - Plan3.pdf

Plan 4 - Small.pdf

These small scale plans will print on most computer printers.

Plan 4 - Large.pdf

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New Free Plan Added: Historic Cabin - Plan 4

This little, one and one-half story, log cabin was abandoned and in disrepair in 1936 when the U.S. Works Progress Administration measured it and created a set of drawings of it for the Historic American Buildings Survey. It was found near Chewelah, Washington, and was probably build in the early 1900s. The drawings, which included floor plans, exterior elevations and building sections, show how the cabin would have looked when it was new. Included are both small scale, and large scale plans of this cabin.