A Cabin in the Woods




Old building at Beavers Bend State Park- originally from Battiest, Ok and moved to park.  


Interior views 
decorated as an old home
I love the old chairs, mixer, butter churn.. 
but the new mixed with old takes away from the charm of the place. I can't really 
tell what time frame they were trying to portray. 




sharing with Rubbish Tuesday

46 comments:

  1. All great shots but I really like the last one. I can see myself going back in time and standing at that window.

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  2. That wood carving is charming! Lovely photos.

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  3. I love that big carved figure. I had a friend years ago that did a lot of carvings with his chain saw. They were beautiful works of art. Enjoy your day my friend! Hugs, Diane

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  4. That carving looks really old, and inside as well.

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  5. What a great old cabin. I love the photo with the chair the best. Hope you enjoy the day.

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  6. a neat place. glad they saved it.

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  7. Time frame - dirt poor and trying to scrape by.

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  8. log cabins are one of my most favorite of all homes and the older the better. beautiful photos, i like the close up of the chair with the lampon the table...

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  9. Interesting photos. I like the carved figure outside.

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  10. Beautiful rustic cabin! I enjoyed your photos!

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  11. It's wonderful! I love it. Love the carving also!

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  12. Wonderful place. I love seeing the ax marks on the timbers.

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  13. Interesting place...needed a little new mud grout

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  14. Photo #1, a chair waiting outside for the man of the home to return after a long day working in the fields, what wonderful photos, and they evoke thoughts of those days long gone, how hard was life then for them all? Guess they had at the least a house cow for the milk, and the butter. Super series, love the colours you have there. Jean.

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  15. A lovely old cabin and i love the carving

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  16. I enjoyed the different views. Looks like a fascinating place to visit.

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  17. What an interesting building!! Makes me so happy that I live now, and not back then!!!

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  18. Mementos from a much simpler time. I like to think I could live in a place like this, but it's doubtful. Great pictures, though.

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  19. Great picture, Terri. Such a romantic sort of place.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  20. What a lovely wee place; I could picture myself at that window also.

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  21. This reminds me so much of a place over in W FLa - they have a lovely village with places like this.
    I agree though, wouldn't mix any new with the old.
    Great post, and photo's.

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  22. It makes for a wonderful visit to see the old cabin and all that goes with it.

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  23. Super cool! Love the cabin and old jars.

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  24. Sitting here next to the fireplace, it is hard to imagine what it must have been like for the early settlers to keep warm in a cabin with mud chinking! How blessed we are.
    Still, it's nice to see a great little cabin like that preserved. Sure gives a new appreciation for modern conveniences.
    Thankful this day, that I wasn't born a pioneer ***smile**.

    Warm wishes...
    K.

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  25. That old cabin for me it is kind of like how I view the Amish today. A way of life I admire greatly but know I couldn't do. I lived briefly in a similar old cabin. Charming but with zero comforts. Loved the carving. The face is so sad.

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  26. Terri, Great cabin! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  27. still very pretty!! i really like all those jars!!!

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  28. I loved our family cabin in the woods... I wanted to tell you that my blog has moved to my ramblingwoods.com. .. Michelle

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  29. Seems like it is well preserved.

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  30. Terri,
    I like the old kitchen utensils. My Mom has a collection of tea pots and a butter churner. I like the egg beaters too.
    Thanks for the encouraging comment you left for me today.

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  31. Wonderful cabin and collection of relics!

    Visiting from Rubbish Tuesday,

    Lindy

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  32. This is beautiful. I could happily live there!

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  33. Love seeing old cabins like this! I always wonder how they survived the winters in them.

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  34. Cool can you imagine how hard life was there? Great shots. Hug B

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  35. Pretty wood cabin and interestingly built with clays filling the gaps. I too think quite modern or old will do magic rather mixing both.

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  36. It's nice that the old cabin was saved. I think of life on the prairie 150 years ago and am so glad I am living in this time.

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  37. I do love places like this. I think the 'style' would be what I call my furniture--'early Salvation Army' :)

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  38. Oh, these photos make me want to visit this park!

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  39. Lovely. I really like the last photo.

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  40. Can you imagine living in an old cabin like that? It's awesome! but I think I'll take the newer ones myself. Those were a special stock of people back then.

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  41. What an amazing place :) thank you for sharing Terri. Have a wonderful weekend!!

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