Oak mobile log model proves you can have it all

The "Log Cabins 2 Go" line from Gastineau Log Homes offers the flexibility and versatility every log home lover needs -- the ability to set up your roots wherever you want coupled with the amenities of a larger home. Needless to say, the features of this model proves you can have it all, even at just 400-square-feet.
Each log cabin does come with customizable features (floor plans below). Let's begin at the entrance of one. Upon entering the model via the porch, you arrive at the sitting and living area. 
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Adjacent to the sitting area is a small nook for dining. The staircase leads to an upstairs loft. 
There's a complete kitchen with a full stove, sink, and fridge. 
Here's what the ceilings look like -- the most luxurious of wood! 
A peek at the bedroom downstairs:
The bathroom: 
On the outside, you can install screens over the doors and windows. 
There's two floor plan designs for these log cabins: 
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