BLESSINGS TO ALL. . .
and a quick note to let you know. . .
our internet has been down for weeks. . .but. . .
we'll be back with more farm happenings next year. . .
SEE YOU THEN!
|Everett-Short Dog Trot Log House, 2009|
|The logs are salvaged, enough to reconstruct one pen at the Duncan Farmstead|
|The right pen reconstructed at the Duncan Farmstead|
"The Corn Crib was once used for the storage of corn and other feed grains. In the 1930's, Mr. Magers had two buildings joined together to make one larger building. Constructed of cypress, it has a hip roof that is covered in shingles. The style is unusual for a farm building. It is in POOR REPAIR." . . from the National Register of Historic Places 2007