Date Added: 15 February 2006
This is a log cabin built in a bottle. The cabin is built from square logs that end in a lap joint to accept the next log. It is built 4 logs high. The roof is built from 4 slats with the one over the porch slightly angled. There is a small red chimney on the front left of the cabin. The cabin has a small paned window with a shutter to each side. The door has a small wooden door handle and is built from a section of wood glued to the logs. On the front porch of the cabin is a small chair on the side of the cabin is a stack of firewood with an axe leaning against the firewood. To the right of the cabin is a small outhouse with a lean-to roof and a small door drawn on in pencil. The cabin sits on a wooden floor made up from 5 slats of wood. The bottle is sealed with a cork. This bottle was bought at a Mule Day celebration in Georgia.
|Type:||Cabin and Outhouse||Maker's Name:|
|Bottle Size:||12" x 5 1/4"||Year Made:||1980's|
|Bottle Type:||Unidentified Liquor|