Today I went to an area that was closed to the public. I did not know that until later on. Oops, I did a “No No.” No signs saying closed so I am partly to blame. It is a large tract of land that has a small home and several farm builldings.
I went there for the sole purpose of taking some HDR photographs of the small one room home that is sitting among all the farm buildings. I know this small home had to been used as it had a pot-bellied stove that was once inside the home. I also took HDR photographs of the farm implements and buildings that surrounded it but that will be for a later post.
So with that said. I will say that I would love to know more about this small home and who lived in it but so far I cannot find anything on the internet about it. It’s a shame too. The house is about ready to fall down so I am glad I managed to get some photographs while it is still standing. You will see what I mean in the following photographs.
A tin roof and shake siding. For those days it would work wonders but this day and age, I don’t think so.
Once again, comments, good bad or indifferent are more than welcome. Enjoy the photographs.
I contacted the DNR about this tract of land over the weekend and was filled in to the condition of everything. Unfortunately they know no more than I do about this little home. I guess I will have to do some research at the county courthouse at a later date. I just have to know the history about this little home.