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Man Restores DIY Log Cabin from 1800s

It’s been said that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and Richard Aiken is definitely the kind of person that understands this. Richard had wanted to live in a log cabin out in the woods for years. But in all of his previous attempts to purchase or make on, he found them too expensive.

That is, until the owner of an old, run-down log cabin in Missouri built offered it to him for free. So after insisting on paying $100 for it, Richard gathered his family for help, and immediately got to work.

The cabin had been disheveled since the 1990s.

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