A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
I love me a log cabin!I would like it surrounded by a lot of fencing but out in the country. :)
Forget the fence, I so would love to go in there!
That's a cool building! Love the log construction!
Oh I love this place. B
neat location, love that building - hey, i talked about you today on my blog ... check it out. glad you talked about Paint Bank ... the hubby & i loved it there. please stop by friend. take care & have a great weekend. big hugs. ( :
Whay a characterful building, and fence! Have a great weekend!
I like the way it stands out from the more modern houses. Truly a gem!
Love those old hand hune log places.
Oh, is that a hint of HDR I see. Lovely old building. The cladding is awesome. Have a great weekend Tanya. :)
I bet that house has some stories to tell!
I always enjoy the rustic fences you find. Hope you have a great weekend planned!
Wow -- amazing to see something so old and entrenched in history.
Love the historic house and fence. Just makes you wonder what that house has seen!
1791?! Awesome! I love it!
Love old historical buildings like this one!
What a great place, and a survivor at that!
what great chinking on that structure!
And it's right in the middle of town!! How cool!! :)
Wow...now that is going back a few years. Looks a very interesting street to explore too. Have a good weekend.
Wow! Original or replica?
original, restored...i was inside it a few years back when it was a coffee shop. that closed and i believe it is for sale right now.
I love it!
Quaintly rustic with a lot of charm.
cool looking houselove the texture
I like the log building and the split rail fence.
I'm glad the lot has been preserved with the house. The fence is perfect.
Fabulous historic house and fence!
What a gorgeous house, so beautiful kept up also, it seems! Hope your Friday was great and you've a good weekend too!
An old building like that just makes me feel young!
It looks more like a cabin. I like it.
Wow, what a great old log house!
Oh the history! My husband's family lived in this area in the 1700's. Would love to explore!
Log cabins are so intriguing. Thanks for sharing.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)