We live in the country outside of Eugene, OR. Our log home is about 25 years old. The exterior is stained with gray stain – interior is natural log with clear finish. Today while sweeping cobwebs from exterior logs I observed some type of fly enter a small, perfectly round hole. The fly turned around inside the hole and seemed to back further into the hole. The hole is small and about the size of a small nail head. Upon further inspection, I observed quite a few of these holes in one area

waterloop Changed status to publish April 9, 2024