Monday, January 08, 2007

No One is Home


A
ll alone on the highway east of Delta sits this lone log home “factory”. I have stopped by a couple of times to get pricing information, but alas, no one is ever “home”.

7 comments:

Annie said...

Will you leave a note next time? It must be that they don't care much about taking orders right now.

photowannabe said...

Log homes are so nice. I hope you can get your answers soon.

Salty Dawg said...

Interesting business! I wonder how they sell there homes. Hopefully you will catch up with them someday. Your previous posts from the air are beautiful

The Wellspring said...

Wow, look at that wide open prairie land! I forget how much space there is outside of the city.

Hope you find someone home next time...perhaps they're not needing too much business.

Bill said...

Many people live in very densely populated cities, and get the impression that the world is completely over populated. I do a lot of long distance driving (can’t afford to fly the entire family), and am hear to tell you, the majority of this country is very lightly populated. There are exceptions of course. It takes a relatively long time to fly over the LA basin for instance, but the space is out there if you look!

kris said...

Wonderdul photo, really!

ps. Do you watch horror films, Bill? dont you ever stop at middle of nowhere..hehe, that's just me

Bill said...

Followup: We met with the owners of this firm this past Monday (they don't work weekends - good for them!), and toured some of their homes. They do very nice work, and we are considering a log home over a conventional. Decisions, decisions!