Cabin life in winter finds us indoors more often, keeping cozy and working on various indoor projects. The other day, as outdoor temperatures hovered in dangerous sub-zero territory, I was happily parked near the wood stove, flipping through some old photographs for a Genealogy project that I work on here and there as time allows, and found this old gem! My great grandfather and his brother are included in this shot of an 1800’s logging camp, somewhere in Nova Scotia, Canada.

My great grandfather is the man at the front, dressed in white and rocking the fine 1800’s hairstyle – LOL! He was the camp cook. It would seem that my interests in cabins and cooking are part of my heritage!

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One thought on “Throwback

  1. Love the old photo and of course the log cabin structure in the background 😉
    We’re just sitting in the camper “enjoying” the “weather bomb” that’s just hitting the Maritimes!
    So, I hear you about staying safe and warm 🙂

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