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Right Sandy. Your welcome!Well, thanks Barb for the comment!It is a nice combo, Toto. I like your avitar change, too.Thanks Lorna and Suzy!!
Great find, warb!
Great little building!
Log and stone construction - sweet!
Very nice, very interesting, Warbler :)
At least it is being used. Of course I like all the stonework. Thanks Dave.
I agree smllpkg! I wish all those wires up high weren't in the photo but it was a neat little cabin.
This is wonderful to see - an old log cabin put to modern-day usefulness.
Do I hear Virginia calling, PutterDutt? An old stone house is planned for tomorrow night. Thanks for the fun comment.
Love it, Warbler! You keep finding these lovely old homes that I want to live in. CUT IT OUT!!! :o)
I think the stone foundation is probably original. I also think it had a porch on the front at one time. Hense the notched log above the wondows and just above the foundation. And I think that a kitchen was added at sometime on the back with a smaller chimney for a cooking fireplace. Notice the difference in the facing edges of the stones of the two chimneys. The stone is the same but worked more on the back chimney. Thanks Beekay.
It may have at one time, Mary. Your welcome.Its for Ol' Warbler to keep an eye out for revonuers, snooker.
Would the stone foundation be original? Am I correct thinking that only the log section is original and that the 2nd chimney would be a later addition. Nice to see it well tended and repurposed.
Very nice. What is the little open door near the chimney?
Cozy. Wonder if it has a sleeping loft.Thanks warbler.