Thanks for your help and suggestions. I followed the bathroom vents and they are vented outside. There was some small leaks in the fan box that I sealed. I also made sure there were no leaks where the flexible vent tube mounts to the fan box.
As far as the insulation, I have blown in insulation that is about 18" thick that continues until it hits the roof as the roof angles down on the outsides. There are baffles located on every other truss. I looked down the baffels and can see a clean shot down to the wood (where the gutter would mount). I do have vents under the roof over hang; however, don't know if those are covered with insulation. I could pull one from the outside and see if I get covered with insulation. I also have a full roof vent along the top of the roof.
On the same side of the roof where I have frost is the attic access door. This door is an 18" square of drywall. I insulated this panel today and ran a seal around the outside edge of it where it hits when in place. Also, I checked my garage attic. I have the same roof set up with blown in insulation and an attic access door (drywall).
As far as a celing mositure barrier, the celing in the house is actually tounge and groove wood. The house is a log home with a beautiful wood ceiling. Should this wood be placed over drywall? I can move the insullation in the attic and check. If drywall, is that a good enough barrier? I would hope I don't see the back of the wood ceiling.
If you guys are still following up on this post, do you think I should pull the outside vents under the over hang to see if the blown insulation falls out? If it does, should I clear a path along the inside of the roof so that the vent breaths? What should I be looking for when digging through the insultaion (drywall)? The house is brand new and I have a 1 year warrranty. However, I try not to bother having someone come out unless I can't handle it.