(You can see their sign in the back left of this photo.)
And in their lot they had rebuilt this delightful little log building. Probably used as a small out building or smoke house. It is a wonderful little reconstruction.
Would make a great guest cabin or kids play house.
In the yard behind the house and barn was. . . .
Stones between the logs to hold the chinking.
It is also a good indication that this is probably on it's original site by how close the logs are to the ground. Reconstructions usually place cabins on a higher foundation.
If the windows were not been added later, it could have been a slave or workers cabin.
This was a very cool setting for the cabin and house!
On our drive home Sunday afternoon. . . .
. . we pulled over to explore this run down little house, hoping it was log.
It turned out not to be. But pulling in the drive to check it out we spotted . . . .
Although we had set out just to have a relaxing weekend at a great B&B, we had the added bonus of many cabin discoveries.