Alumni Buildings (a tiny sample of hundreds over the years since 1974).
One of the more impressive pair of graduates, David Drown and Lisa Berg of Silver Bay, MN, built this 4,000 square ft. beauty several years ago. It also features a two-story stone fireplace.
Ron Miesbauer and his wife constructed this fine home near Mass City, Michigan
Soon after taking the course, Al Jensen of Anoka, Minnesota, began his red pine lake home and sauna in his backyard, then trucked them to the northwoods of Minnesota, where they were re-erected.
Jim and Nancy Sauer of Missouri are shown below with their nearly completed home built with the help of their son, Mike and friend, Bruce Gibbar near St. Louis, MO.
They’re holding the dowel model, which was revised a good bit before construction commenced.
Rev. Paul Almquist and his wife, Pearl, built this guest-cabin version of a Norwegian Stabbur in Central Minnesota in their spare time.
Mark and Marolyn Mathis built their home near Whidbey Island, Washington.
Great Lakes School of Log Building
1350 Snowshoe Trail, Isabella, MN 55607