"I like the kindness and the way everybody treats everyone from the start. The first meeting I went to we had a big spread and they prayed over the food, I thought that was really cool, and just the way everyone accepted me. The atmosphere is really nice". --Ken
Tell us a bit about yourself:
"I was doing a tile-job for customers of MSLC, and noticed the great work that was done on the house. While working, I talked to Nelson, and that's how I was introduced to these guys.
I've been around wood my whole life, but never built a log home, but wood just comes naturally to me. My dad was a roofer and my step-dad was a general contractor, so by the time I was 14 I could build a house from the ground up.
I live in Idaho, right down the road, with my family. I've been married 30 years, have three daughters and two grand-babies."
What do you appreciate about MSLC?
"I like the kindness and the way everybody treats everyone from the start. The first meeting I went to we had a big spread and they prayed over the food, I thought that was really cool, and just the way everyone accepted me. The atmosphere is really nice".
What is your strongest contribution to MSLC?
"My construction abilities. I also have a knack for when questions are asked... I find the answer for it. This has always been my strong point."
Tim was first introduced to a “cabin lifestyle” when his family moved to their off-grid 10 acre property in California. Later he and his family relocated to Idaho in yet another off-grid log home, where he helped to build the Hutto's Highland Haven Guest Cabin. He currently rents a log home in Clark Fork near the river.
Tim began working with Nelson from the beginning of the business which has cultivated a deep appreciation for the craftsmanship of building log homes. Now, as a Log Yard Manager, Tim has become an important component to MSLC.
In his free time Tim enjoys photography, shooting, hiking, kayaking and spending time with his girlfriend, Kayla.
Moving Vintage Cabin to Movie Site
Blessings to you and yours,