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Wednesday, October 2, 2019

The Log Cabin

While out looking for a new kayaking spot along the river we stumbled across a log cabin crumbling away in the woods. It's definitely old, but probably not as old as it looks; Based on my limited knowledge of such things I'd place it around 1940's construction because of the wiring, plumbing and other details. I could be wrong, though. I haven't been able to find any history on it yet.

This cabin wasn't the only interesting find. Just down a short path from the cabin sits a secluded lake. Then, further into the woods from the lake are several very old barns and another old house with a cellar. I didn't go inside the second house because the window frame would have probably broken off under my weight but it looked totally empty inside, aside from some old patio furniture that had been used to furnish the house as a hunter's lodge but which likely hadn't been used in a couple decades. Lastly, not far from here is a bridge which hasn't seen traffic in quite some time.

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar

 The Log Cabin © 2019 sublunar