Monday, March 20, 2006

Crumbling Cabin on Highway 24

The landscape of the South Cariboo is dotted with little pieces of crumbling history - log cabins and barns that are gradually returning to the earth. Some sit alone, seemingly in the middle of nowhere, and others are clustered complete with falling down fencing, old working ranches. I love the look of the weathered wood, and always wonder when they were built, who lived there, and what life must have been like so many years ago. Posted by Picasa

Efforts are being made to preserve a few of these treasures, like this homestead near Lac la Hache on Highway 97

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