Redbush is feeling a little sad. This house was built by her grandpa in the early 1900's. Because the estate land was up for sale, this is one of the quarters that sold. She wished that the house could have been preserved at the local museum, however, because of the short logs, going long-wise, alternating with cross-wise logs, movers thought that it would have taken a lot to get it there without it falling apart. The logs are held together with mud. They wouldn't touch it, and it would have been too expensive a project. Her grandfather was a great carpenter. The door still closes and latches almost like it did when it was built. The house hasn't sagged any either, and the windows can be moved open and shut just like they were new. Redbush still liked to visit it from time to time. She hopes that the new owners will preserve it, but, that isn't too likely to happen. She is now heading out to do another back-breaking day of raking leaves and hauling them away. She has to get this done before the weather gets nasty again. She hopes all of you have a great week.