How a fire can destroy the life of a home in a cabin

A fire in a home that can’t be extinguished is an example of the challenges facing rural America.

So what’s the solution?

Some people have taken to the fire and have begun a process of restoring their property.

A new book by the author, John E. Kline, is called The Lodge Cast, an account of how people from rural Montana have begun to restore their lives through the use of a fire.

The lodge cast is the process of rebuilding a community and rebuilding a place where one can live with dignity and dignity.

It is an attempt to give people hope, and to restore the spirit of the place.

It has been a process that is going on around the country, and it is happening here in the rural parts of the country as well.

There is a sense of empowerment and a sense that they have a right to be where they are, that they are in their own homes and they can make their own choices about where they live.

John E. Dyer, author of The Lodge, told The Washington Post he has heard about the lodge cast process in other parts of Montana, and he believes it can work in the country’s rural communities.

“It’s a process where people have the opportunity to go and work with a local fire company to come back, build a fire house and then put that into a building.

It’s a small, local effort, and the people involved are people that have been involved in this process for years,” Dyer said.

For John E Dyer it’s an opportunity to give a home a little more dignity.

He’s a native of the eastern part of Montana where the lodge is located, and has lived in the area since 2001.

He was living in his home when he heard about a fire that destroyed his family’s property.

“I had the fire, the roof blew off, I had the whole house destroyed, the entire family.

I had to leave everything,” he said.

He took the opportunity of this fire to rebuild and rebuild a family.

John Dyer is now a fireman.

He said it’s something he has never experienced before.

“It was a big shock, and I just knew I couldn’t go home.

I’m just glad I had it out there because it was a very stressful experience, but I was very lucky to have it out in the woods.

I would not have been able to do it if it had been a fire,” he explained.

The fire that Dyer helped to rebuild has become a popular attraction for people to live and work in and around the lodge.

“We’ve been really happy with the response,” Dyers brother, Mike, said.

Mike Dyer has been working with the lodge and the surrounding communities to make it more attractive for people.

The lodge cast began in June and has been growing each month.

Dyer said there are many people that come to the lodge with a goal to rebuild a house.

“There are people who have the intent of just getting a fire started and they just go right into it and they have nothing else to do but build a house and go and build the house, build the family and they don’t really have any intention of leaving,” he added.

The Lodge Cast is a unique and beautiful experience.

It doesn’t come easy for John Dyer.

He had to learn how to put together the fire that was so successful and then the fire was completely out, but he did a great job.

Dyers family was very supportive of his efforts.

The Dyer brothers hope this process will be a part of a future generations life.

The first chapter of the lodge was completed in 2017 and is located in the western part of the reservation, just west of Whitefish Bay.

There are now a number of people working to restore it.

It was originally built in 1902 and was known as the Blue Lodge Lodge.

Dyers brother Mike Dyers hopes that the lodge will be able to continue to provide the lodge for generations to come.

He believes the lodge can be a great example to all of those who have an opportunity.

“There’s so many people who just want to go out there and take care of a family, and if you’re a fire guy and you see a family that needs a place to live, that’s going to be something to be proud of,” he remarked.

The National Park Service has partnered with the Montana Fire Service to assist with the project.

The project is expected to be completed in early 2019.