The Cabin, built in 1940, is the only example in Boise of what’s known as Finnish log construction, said Frank Eld, a member of Preservation Idaho’s board of directors. This style of construction requires no chinking because builders cut the logs so precisely that there’s no space between them when they’re stacked on top of each other, Eld said.
The Cabin, built in 1940, is the only example in Boise of what’s known as Finnish log construction, said Frank Eld, a member of Preservation Idaho’s board of directors. This style of construction requires no chinking because builders cut the logs so precisely that there’s no space between them when they’re stacked on top of each other, Eld said.
The Cabin, built in 1940, is the only example in Boise of what’s known as Finnish log construction, said Frank Eld, a member of Preservation Idaho’s board of directors. This style of construction requires no chinking because builders cut the logs so precisely that there’s no space between them when they’re stacked on top of each other, Eld said.