We have owned an historic log cabin for several years now. If you were driving down the road of its original location, you would never know that there was a log cabin hiding between the white painted clapboard siding. We decided a year ago to relocate it to our property. Our son, Trice along with Kevin, my husband’s right-hand man, took the house apart piece by piece and trailered it to our back yard, it’s new forever home. They then began a painstakingly detailed reconstruction of the house. It is a traditional two room cabin with a dogtrot in the center. We added a full bath to each room as well as a porch across the front. The cabin is heated and cooled for year round use. There are stone wood burning fireplaces in each room giving the cabin a cozy atmosphere. It is furnished with antiques lovingly purchased at estate sales and some are family pieces handed down to us through the years. One room is specifically tailored to the bridal party with a large hand carved full length mirror. The other room has a more masculine feel with an antique barber chair, dressing table, library table and antique sofa. We decided to name the cabin “Coude’s Cabin” after Kevin who poured many hours into perfectly recreating every detail right down to the chinking between the logs. The cabin is a perfect place for the bridal party to get ready and enjoy hanging out until time for the ceremony. It’s also a wonderful setting for birthday party’s and small group gatherings.