The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House

The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Glenwood, Washington.

I am working on some projects involving old homes and barns, which fascinate me, and thought I would share this new image with you.  This is The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House near refuge headquarters at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Glenwood, Washington.  Later on I will share many more images inside and out.

You can learn more about this cabin and where it is located on this webpage  

 

The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Glenwood, Washington.

The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House

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4 thoughts on “The Whitcomb-Cole Hewn Log House

  1. We are spirit sisters! I love old homes with a passion. This fall I am going to an old castle in New York. If you want to see it and the grounds, google Boldt castle. I can’t wait to see more lice of this cabin.

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  2. Barry Kidd says:

    I’ve always enjoy photographing old structures as well. Sadly, I often see them when traveling but I either have no time to stop and if I do there are no trespassing signs posted every 2 feet all the way around it.

    Such is life I guess, Anyway thank you for sharing,

    Barry

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