Sunday, December 13, 2009

Case Cabin

We were out yesterday and went through Bridgeton and Mansfield. I took these pictures but am hoping it snows before the season is over.
I am sorry I haven't got the history of this house, and there is no excuse. Roger used to work with the lady that has this cabin, and we have even seen her up there and talked to her. Their farm is not too far from Bridgeton.

I will be posting another house that she has crafts in over on my other blog, Time Stand Still.


Blasé said...

I think all of us are hoping for some snow about this time of the year. Pretty and all!

Lowell said...

I really like this place. It looks cute and cozy...and the porch is wonderful - must be as big as the cabin!

Nice shots, Rose!

Neal said...

That looks so inviting. I wish the cabin could talk. :)

Barb said...

I can just imagine how pretty this cabin would be with snow falling all around it...tis the season! Have a great week!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

What a neat cabin, Rose. OH--what I'd give to live in a cabin like that. It's amazing.

George said...

Wouldn't a nice snowfall set off this cabin beautifully?

EG CameraGirl said...

I bet this house would be stunning covered with snow and the red bows.

Now that you've thought about it, I bet you'll remember to ask the owner about the house next time you see her.