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A new roof

 

October 27, 2017



The core of our house went up in the 1950s. It consisted of a very small bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen — just enough room for an old bachelor to settle at the end of the day. The outside walls were split logs, revealed in later modifications. Whole families lived in equally tiny homes in early days.

A young married couple moved into the house we now own, and the groom’s father helped him go to work. When the groom had the expertise to build by himself, a total of three rooms had been added, enough space to raise three daughters and give the husband his own area to relax. With the help...



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