At the Cabin Somewhere in Maine there is also a Little House.
Little houses can be just as important as cabins or even big houses.
You go to little houses for necessity.
You will go to little houses, even at night, even through wet grass, even through rain, sleet or snow.
The Little House at the cabin somewhere in Maine has a dutch door with a handmade latch.
The handle to the door is made from a curved section of a branch.
In this interior view, you can see the rafters. They’re made of unpeeled saplings.
The seat has history. It originally came from an old Martha’s Vineyard outhouse. There’s more to this seat story, but I don’t have it yet…stay tuned.
No one had used the outhouse since last winter.
Except some spiders.
Time flies when you’re having fun.
Or should that be “It’s a fun time when you’re having flies.”?
Looking out of the Little House.
To finish, to flush, as it were, we leave you with a throne’s-eye view of the mighty rafters.
Do you believe in the here rafter?