Here are some pictures of my new domicile in the great state of
These pictures were taken by the real estate folks but they never got to use
them (I bought the house before it even got listed). I've always wanted a log
house in the woods so, when I saw this place, it was love at first site.
There are several rooms not shown but these will give you a feel for the
This is the front view of my new home. As you can see the setting is quite
rustic. As one of my new colleagues said
"you can't get much more country than living
in a log house in Arkansas."
Even though the pictures look like this is somewhere out in the deep woods
this is actually a subdivision only a couple of miles outside of Conway, AR.
This is the dining looking out the front bay window. The lot is 1.3 acres,
almost all of it wooded so there are trees every where you look.
Here is another view of the dining room, this time taken from the living
One of the great things about this house is the large kitchen. Those who know
me know that I like to cook. Plenty of counter space and the island is just
the right height for me.
Here is the rest of the kitchen. Both the kitchen pictures were taken from
the hallway that runs between the kitchen and the dining room. The two rooms
are connected by wide arched doorways. The dining room opens on to the
living room in the same way, giving the whole living space an open, connected
The bathroom has this large bath tub (not a jacuzzi) as well as a full
sized shower. The window is so I can moon the resident squirrels :-)
The living room is quite large with this neat natural stone fireplace.
Between the living room, dining room and kitchen this house cries
No house in Arkansas is complete without a work shop; this is mine.
There is an attached, two car garage as well.
This is a view of the back of the house. The workshop is off to the left.