Log Cabin

This is a blog to watch the building of our new log cabin for the Town of Minisink Museum. We broke ground on April 21, 2006.

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Location: Westtown, New York, United States

The logs for our cabin came from Orange/Ulster BOCES through the efforts of Dan Myers, Dwight Warren and Hap DeGroat. Mike VanderVoort is our volunteer GC. Upon completion the cabin will be used for office, research and storage space. It will add a much needed bathroom. The highlight will be a 1700's exhibit area featuring an 8 foot open hearth.

Friday, September 15, 2006

June 13, 2006




Additional layers have been added to the log cabin. Each layer has 100 pegs and spikes. Weatherstripping was placed between the layers to seal them. Layers are called courses and ours has 14!

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Anonymous John Baker said...

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