Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Cabin Window

The Cabin Window

a window on a log cabin

These little log cabins have such character - from the shape of the individual logs that they are constructed of to the quaint old glass windows.

The log trim that frames the window beats any type of exterior shutters, and they complete the rustic appeal of the cabin.

They were constructed back in the late 1800's, and you can see the paint layers that have been added over the years.

At one time they were owned by the boy scouts. The town purchased the property many years ago, and the grounds are now open to the town residents for hiking and picnicking.

The cabins are not for public use though - they are used by the town for various activities for the kids during the summer months.

No matter what the season, it is always pleasant to stop in and enjoy what nature has to offer.


  1. This is realy PRO it ....i love log cabins and a frame...
    Love it and enjoy viewing at it...U are fabulous and your work as well...

  2. Again Kathy, you have a good eye for photography, nice.

  3. Thanks so much for stopping in Kathy and leaving such a lovely comment.

    I admire your work very much so your critique was truly special.

    And it just so happens that we are shopping for some remodels. I will just have to go take a peek!!:-)

  4. You have captured the beauty of the country cabin. The texture is very striking in deed

  5. lovely, I've always like how such log cabins look ... can't imagine living in them in the olden days, during wintertime though...


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