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Very cool! I love preserved buildings and am always in favor of preservation over demolition. Whenever possible.

Dominique King

Kristen-Thanks for stopping by! I thought the setting the picked for the relocation was great in this case, as well. It is sort of tucked into a wooded area, so it does give you a sense of how the cabin appeared in the northern Michigan woods years ago.

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