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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Log cabin....


This is from Spring Mill St. Park in Indiana.  It is the Granny White House, built in Leesville, Indiana in 1824 and moved to Springmill in 1931.

26 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

I even Googled it, and cannot find what the Granny White House is. This is a nice large cabin, though. It could be comfy and roomy.

Hill Top Post said...

What a beautiful log house! Wow!

CheerfulMonk said...

I love log cabins/houses. We have one in town and Andy's folks had one at Holland Lake in Montana. Andy helped build it when he was a teen. It was the scene of many family memories.

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...


A beautiful home.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Logs, may be - solid, definitely! YAM xx

Ann said...

What an awesome old house. I would love to see what the inside of it looks like

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

It is a big log cabin, looks very roomy. I like the rock chimney. Wishing you a happy day!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Not a thing you ever see in the UK, though I have seen them in the Alps and Pyrenees. That looks a beautifully constructed example.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I love log cabin houses. Even the new versions of them that are abundant in our area. I went to the Google Machine to learn about Granny White. Since she lived in the Nashville TN area, I'd like to know more about why they call this The Granny White House. More Google Machine for me!! lol. You always send me on a search.
xx, Carol

Steven said...

What a beauty you've captured here! I don't think I have ever seen a two-story log cabin. Great textures and layers captured in the facade.

Nancy Chan said...

This is a solid and beautiful log cabin.

Sandra said...

I.LOVE.THIS. log cabins are my thing, we wanted to live in one but never did.

don said...

It's wonderfuil that they were able to move and recontruct the house in a new location.

ushasurya said...

Great that they have done it up again and maintined this more than 196 years old Log Cabin intact!! A fabulous imge !!
Devi :))))

Ruthie said...

Beautiful logs and chinking. Charming image.

Kodak said...

It's good that this piece of history has been preserved. It always amazes me how something like that can be moved.

Bill said...

A remarkable preservation and a lovely capture by you!

Ruth Hiebert said...

This looks well preserved and sturdy.

happyone said...

That's a good sized log cabin.
Nice that it was preserved.

harry said...

a fine example of log architecture - glad it has been preserved

At Home In New Zealand said...

How great that they moved a house that was already over 100 years old, and now it looks like it has always been in that place.

ElaineH said...

This is a gorgeous log cabin. It is so well cared for. A gorgeous image.

Red Rose Alley said...

What a charming log cabin. I would love to have that. Your photo could be in a magazine, Rose, showing the home and telling all about it. : )

~Sheri

Hootin' Anni said...

Nice!! It was moved?! They don't build 'em like that these days.

Jeevan said...

Wow! Love this log cabin, and looks pretty strong to stand-still. Great works with woods and i liked the windows

Lowcarb team member said...

A beautiful looking building, lovely photograph.

All the best Jan

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