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cabin was inhabited by three generations with no
apparent improvements. Contrast it with what the Jarrell's
achieved in three generations. (May 13th post.)
bit difficult to see because of the sun's angle while we
were there, this is a dog-trot cabin. The darker space
behind the third porch post is an opening that separates
the left and right enclosed sections. It's said to keep the
living space (right section) cooler by separating it from
the kitchen space (left section). We wonder if that might
be a liability in winter.
is a grist mill said to be in working order if it had a
source of water for the wheel (not seen on the left side).
|A smoke house.|
"Dog-trot" cabin on the left, and a blacksmith shop
on the right.
|The reception center/gift shop.|