What is this blog about?

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Unlike other blogs where each post is unique and random, this one reads like a book.  Each post is like the next chapter in a suspense novel. …so you really shouldn’t skip around.   

So far, there are people in over 100 countries reading this.  

This blog tells the story about how my children, husband and I built our 1800’s guest house (that you can stay in), and our 2000 square foot log house with 2000 square feet of wraparound porches…by hand.  Mortgage free.  In only 3 years.  The logs were fresh cut.  They had to be delivered.  Then we unloaded them, hand-stripped them, and did all the rest by hand.  Apparently, people around the world have found our story pretty interesting. 

   
    
 

I have included detailed pictures of the entire process throughout this blog.  Each post is what came next. I also take you on family vacations with us, and include you in our private lives.  Perhaps someday we’ll even meet you.  We’ve met many of our readers. 

I suggest you start with “What is Cottonwood Creek?”   Just click on the link.

If you want to start from the very beginning of our story, read “Welcome to Cottonwood Creek!

Thanks for stopping by!