This is a view of the cabin as seen from School Road.
Sheila is looking into one of the fully stocked cupboards in the kitchen while taking our first look at the cabin before making an offer to buy. We were really pleased to see that it was fully furnished and decorated.
This is a view of the open living area looking into the bedroom.
This is the kitchen area with the bathroom and shower beyond.
The kitchen is complete with an antique butcher block table.
This is a rather dated Google Street View of the cabin and the 26’ x 64’ pole shed. One of the unreadable signs is a realtor listing.
We replaced the wood stove with a gas parlor stove. Here an 18” hammer drill is used to make a hole for a new gas line. The drill had to go diagonally through the 4” masonry hearth, part of the concrete block foundation and the double 2” x 8” rim joist.
Here the new gas parlor stove is burning brightly.
A terrific windstorm happened one night while we were in bed. When we got up in the morning we found that the awning that had covered our deck had been blown into our neighbor’s lilac trees.
The wind storm that happened on July 21 also flattened our flag pole and blew down an apple tree that was full of almost ripe apples.
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