|Can you say warm and toasty?|
While they were here they also did some repair work on the cabin door, and looked at the best way to build a functional ramp on the building so that Bill (and others with disabilities) will be able to get in to this wonderful and historical place. It will be wheelchair accessible! This is such an exciting prospect for all of us.
Just wanted to check in with this latest news. I'll leave you with more from around the Round House....Enjoy!
|Iron bedstead (above) and wide plank floors. More of those plank floors sitting beneath an antique spinning wheel and the current porch entrance (below). You can see where the door needed repair, something that has now been done.|
I'm so excited about the possibility of future Wool Workshops and Spinning-in-the-Round-House days as well as lots of other fun things. I'm especially looking forward to the first time that Bill is able to make it back to this special place that he has been caretaker of for so long.
I'll end this post with a final picture from outside the building, showing the huge oak tree that sits next to it on the northeast side. On the south and west it is sheltered by pine trees.