After some brain work and a lot of measuring we got the lay out for the floor marked. And have come up with our plan of attack. Each log needs to be chamfered 1/4″ on all 4 sides and on the ends. We will use a router to do the chamfering.
The first course of logs needs to over hang the sub floor by 3/4″ to allow for log siding fascia to be applied to the rim Joist. As we place the logs we are drilling through them for the electrical wiring to be run through. This is where the plug ins will go above on the next course of logs. We will also leave rough openings for the doors.
On the ends I am letting 8″ over hang on the short walls, for the butt & pass lap. We are attaching the logs to the sub-floor with 10″ timber loc screws.