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Monday, February 8, 2021

From a nearby town...


 This little cabin sits in the backyard in a small town near us.  It is really small, smaller than this photo shows.  I am just a bit above 5ft and I could not go through the door without bending over.


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Re yesterday's post of the War Memorial...it is in Indianapolis and is part of the Indiana War Memorial Plaza.  You can read about it HERE

24 comments:

ElaineH said...

This is just so pretty in the snow. It makes a lovely winter scene. I wonder if it was a smoke house or something being so small. I occasionally see cabins like this behind old houses and always wondered what they were used for. In some areas there were small houses like this that were slave cabins that were also not far from the main house.

Ginny Hartzler said...

This looks like a storage shed made to look like a log cabin. It is cute! Thanks for the info about yesterday's post!

ushasurya said...

It looks really lovely bathed in Snow!! If we are abnle to crop everything around this and place it on a tray...i will resemble a cute little cake with icing :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
Devi :)))

CheerfulMonk said...

I love it! It looks cozy and fits with the surroundings.

Bill said...

Great picture--- I love the way the red pump stands out---- Re: your comment on my picture of the old wagon, I think that's why little towns in the old days were spaced about 10 miles apart. 5 miles each way was about as far as one wanted to travel if you were going to town. All the little towns here are 10 miles apart-- give or take a mile.

Sandra said...

When you post opened at the RO I would love to live in that but the only thing is the window is too tiny and then I read what you said and it must be either a shed or a child's Playhouse. It's perfect in every way if it was bigger it's the type of old cabin that I love. That is one really nice war memorial I had not seen it or heard of it I did go and read the link

Laurel Wood said...

I adore this cabin. Such a beautiful photo in the snow.

Ann said...

Well that is a small cabin. I wonder what it's used for.

Hootin' Anni said...

Thanks for the link ...will go read about it.
The cabin? A play house maybe?

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
OOohhh, d'ya think this was made instead of a tree house for the kids? YAM xx

Martha said...

It sure makes for a beautiful photo in the snow! Any idea what it's used for?

Nancy Chan said...

So it is slightly bigger than a doll's house. It will be uncomfortable for tall adults but nice for kids to play inside.

A Left-Eyed View said...

A cute little playhouse with its own water supply! Looks great in the snow.

Ruthie said...

It may be small but it is beautiful - especially in the snow

Kodak said...

Cute little cabin in the woods. I guess it is not deep in the woods since there is a street sign and a stop sign out front. I wonder if the old pump really works.

Judy said...

Oh my goodness, I would love to have gone inside this log cabin! I’m just under 5’ I wonder if I would have had to duck my head?

happyone said...

Cute little cabin in the snow, maybe a play house for kids.

Ruth Hiebert said...

That looks similar to a cabin in a local Research Station, but the one we have is full size.

don said...

Find capture of this miniature that is much smaller than other pairs

Michael Rawluk said...

The red water pump really stands out. When I was a kid, we had to get water from a pump just like that. Had to tke boiling water with us to pour down the middle to thaw it.

Lowcarb team member said...

I like the splash of red in this photograph from the old pump.
Great picture.

All the best Jan

Steve in Japan said...

It may be tiny but, it sure is cute. A superb snowy shot of the cabin.

Susan Zarzycki said...

I would love to have a shed that looks just like this!💖

Red Rose Alley said...

What a cute little cabin, and the surrounding of snow is even prettier. The snow covered trees are lovely.

~Sheri

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