Michigan log cabins are as unique as
the pioneers who built them. When I take my children to visit one, it
feels like American
history is alive right in front of our eyes!
We talk and try to guess what kind of person built each structure
based on the clues we see. Sometimes its almost like fingerprints
have been left for us, showing whether the family was artistic or
business minded, whether they were rich or poor, whether they were lazy
or industrious. We're sure not talking about
any cookie cutter suburb houses here.
Nearly 100 cabins are included in the early
summertime Michigan Log Cabin Day self guided
tour. Find out this year's date and where to get a map on Virginia Handy's Log Cabin
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