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

Published by Starlisa Black Photography

My mother taught me to love the world around me… and if I can help others to see with new eyes by showing that beauty through photography. I have accomplished my hearts goal . Husum, WA is my childhood home and I consider home to be anywhere from Mount Adams to the Columbia River. I give thanks to my parents for their love for Nature and God. Starlisa.smugmug.com My work can be found online in full on Flickr, and while I am not set up to sell on that site, if you find a print of any size or style you wish to inquire about simply email me and I can send you a price list of prints by themselves or framed or mounted on foam core, gallery wraps, and standouts. I also license my photos for use in magazines, travel brochures and for web site use, and have been published several times. During the summer I am often at Saturday Market in Trout Lake or Hood River with my Note Cards and Prints You can also find me on Google as Darlisa Black, and on Facebook as Starlisa Black Photography www.flickr.com/photos/starlisa Starlisa.Black@gmail.com Thank you for Viewing…

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. 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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