Friday, September 01, 2006
People who claim to be uncreative are those who often define creative as applicable to visual art such as watercolor, drawing, oil, acrylic, illustration, pottery, design.
I define creativity as that self who finds fresh ways to do old things or masters survival in a difficult environment.
Whoever first set logs in this fashion deserves a blue ribbon. Without scheduled maintenance, this remnant enters its second century and, while amenities are missing, the structure is still quite sound.
Mining vestiges in nearby mountains may hold the key to the why which brought this cabin builder to the where.
I salute the creative people who trekked under incredible hardship to an unmapped distant spot and erected a home with found materials.
Photo by Sue Turner 2006
Posted by Tumblewords: at 5:44 PM