My wife and I are finally starting our log cabin project. We went out to our property last summer and cleared a lot to build on. Now we are starting to collect supplies and we are planning on starting to haul them out by snow machine this winter. I plan on taking photos of the project throughout various stages and posting updates on this thread. Here is a picture of the logs we just had milled from a friend of mine up in Willow, Ramey Smyth. He did a fantastic job for us. He milled up 1200 linear feet of 3-sided 8-inch logs. He also peeled them and beveled the edges. I am very pleased with the way they turned out. My wife and I hauled all of our logs to our house this weekend. We are planning on letting them season this year and hauling them out next year. They are still green and they are heavy! There are in various sizes of 12', 10', and 8' long. I am estimating the 12 footers are about 190-200 lbs., the 10 footers are about 160-170 lbs., and the 8 footers are about 130-140 lbs. Any guesses as to how much weight they will lose after they season? Comments and questions and advice are welcomed.