This trappers cabin is near our place. The roof is long gone but when it was built it was quite cozy and functional inside. The friend who owns the land built it in 1972 with the aid of a French Canadian wood carver of his acquaintance as an exercise in woodcraft. It served his children as a memory maker and fun place to be.
I have visited many times over the past years as it has slowly been deteriorating. A couple of years ago the top half of a hemlock tree fell on it and contributed to its derelict appearance.
It will be some time before it’s all on the ground but Mother Nature doesn’t own a watch.