The Internet Can't Get Enough of This Rustic Log Cabin House
Are you searching high and low for the perfect log cabin that’s not only beautiful, practical, and cozy, but one that’s portable too? Then look no further than the Rustic Mobile Log Cabin, built by Montana Mobile Cabins! A family-owned and operated business based in Whitehall, Montana, Montana Mobile Cabins offer high quality, compact cabins that are easily transported to wherever you want them to go! Each cabin is totally unique, and crafted with logs that have been peeled by hand – just as it was done in the old days.
Log cabins have been around since ancient times. According to archaeological evidence, they began to appear in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia around 3500 BC, perhaps even earlier! Many historians tend to believe log cabins came to America via Scandinavian immigrants, particularly the Finns, who used the “tongue-in-groove” log cabin design where all of the logs fit together in tight formation. It was quite possibly the Swedish settlers, however, who first started building log cabin homes in North America, starting in Delaware in the 1630's. It took some time for others to follow their example, but during the American Revolution, when the 13 Colonies had to join together, they started to share each other’s traditions and log cabin building started to catch on.
However they arrived in America, it’s undeniable that log cabins have a very rich history that is now seeing a major renaissance. As more and more people are getting back to the basics, wanting to live simpler lives closer to nature, we’re seeing a revival of the log cabin like never before. And now, with all of our modern technology, we’re able to build these fine structures in all kinds of new, creative, and efficient ways that would have done our ancestors proud - like these amazing mobile cabins that can go anywhere we dream of going!
For more information on the Rustic Mobile Log Cabin, and many more like it, please visit the Montana Mobile Cabins website below!
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