Saturday, September 27, 2014

The Myers Cabin

This cabin is located at the Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge.
We could open this door to stand within and view the inside through plexiglass.

These are not the greatest, but I did not want to use flash.  I figured it would just reflect from the plexiglass....but maybe I should have tried both.

See this stove...we had one similar to it when I was a child. That was what we heated our house with till I was probably 8 or 9.  I don't think this is exactly like ours, but cannot remember it clear enough to tell you the difference.




17 comments:

Marie said...

What a wonderful place! I love rustic old cabins, and this one is great!

Ginny said...

The front door gives me the creeps, it kind of looks like a jail. But I do like the little porch with the overhang.

Sandra said...

love the house, the door and the stove with kettle.. i want this house on a beach with your quilt from yesterday on my king sized bed..

Michelle said...

Love seeing this cabin and the stove.

Blackberry Lane said...

I enjoyed the photos of this cabin very much, Rose. Have a nice Sunday.

Deb said...

Interesting rustic cabin. We had a similar stove in our cottage when I was a kid.

don said...

I think your decision to not use a flash was the correct one. I like these shots through the plexiglass.

Roan said...

We had a similar stove when I was little, too. I remember it being a big black round thing in the middle of the living room. This looks like a fun place to visit. I've added it to my list.

Betsy Adams said...

Oh how I LOVE LOVE LOVE that cabin... That's what I want --way up on top of a mountain somewhere... (Of course we must have a waterfall nearby also... ha)

Hugs,
Betsy

Lois Evensen said...

Very interesting place. We love exploring old places such as this, also. We followed the Lincoln Trail and saw many of them.

EG CameraGirl said...

Interesting the memories a place like this evokes in you, Rose. I don't remember a stove like this at all!

DeniseinVA said...

I enjoyed your photos and those memories Rose. It's a lovely old cabin.

George said...

It's hard to get good pictures through plexiglass, but you did a good job. This looks like a neat cabin.

Small City Scenes said...

What a great house. It seems a romantic time to us modern people. I love the door hinges---wonderful looking. MB

Montanagirl said...

This is a quaint little cabin. Thank you for sharing!

Dee said...

I would move into that cottage right now if i could.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Cute cabin! I don't remember seeing that when we were there, but we haven't been to the wildlife refuge for a couple of years. I love your second image that showcases the door. Neat hinges!

I would definitely enjoy having a wood-burning stove...

Lindy

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